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Databases with different encodings

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RedHat 9, PostgreSQL 7.3.4.
When I perform
initdb --locale=cs_CZ
createdb --encoding=latin2 lat
createdb --encoding=unicode uni
, the tables of lat are sorted fine, but the tables of uni not. When I
initdb --locale=cs_CZ.UTF-8, sorts of uni are good, but sorts of lat
not. Is some way to create two databases in the same database cluster
with different encodings (specially utf-8 and iso 8859-2) and good
sortings ?
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Jan Poslusny writes:
Is some way to create two databases in the same database cluster
with different encodings (specially utf-8 and iso 8859-2) and good
sortings ?


No.

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Nov 12 '05 #2

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