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Turkish Character Problem with ASP

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I use :

   SQL Server 7.0 (with ODBC Connection)
   ASP in my web site (with ADODB object)

  and I have a problem about turkish characters. Database converts these characters (?,y,Y,..) to other english versions (?,y,..).
 I'm sure that these problem about SQL Server. Example I put some data from my computer to this remote sql server with MS Access and I see this same problem.
 
 Hosting firm said to me "these problem about your asp codes not about sql server" , but I'm not sure that..

How can I fix these problem?


Thanks.
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by:kul1000
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hehehe I see that these site have same problem...
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 600 total points
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Did you define the column datatype as NVARCHAR?
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by:kul1000
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yess.. when I see this solution then you answer to me..

thanks a lot..
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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Glad if i could help...
Cheers
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