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Japanese and PostgreSQL

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Hello There ,
I hope u answer these questions:
I have installed postgresql DBMS , with SQL_ASCII
encoding, so far, it is working ok, I think I might
have probelems when manipulating the
strings(substring, lenght), but now I don't do i.
Could anyone tell me , with reasons, the best
encoding?
Also I would like to do text search, I 'd like to use
a full text search engine, Could anyone give me a hint
what
it is the best solution for japanese characters ?
I have looked at tsearch , but I am not sure.
I would appreciate any reply as soon as possible.
deibys

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Le Mercredi 19 Novembre 2003 06:10, Deibys Fernando Quintero a écrit :
it is the best solution for japanese characters ?


You can use a Unicode database and pgAdmin3 client
which supports UTF-8 Unicode:

http://www.pgadmin.org

Best regards,
Jean-Michel
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Nov 12 '05 #2

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Le Mercredi 19 Novembre 2003 06:10, Deibys Fernando Quintero a écrit :
it is the best solution for japanese characters ?


You can use a Unicode database and pgAdmin3 client
which supports UTF-8 Unicode:

http://www.pgadmin.org

Best regards,
Jean-Michel
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Nov 12 '05 #3

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