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UTF8 does not display correct on windows client

Posted on 2001-09-18
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Hi

I have an 8.1.7 database with NLS_LANG=AMERICAN_AMERICA.UTF8. Danish nationals does not display correct on my windows client in sqlplusw, even if run with the same NLS_LANG. A java program will display the value correct, but I would like to use progams TOAD, sqlplusw etc.

Regards pagerbak
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by:m_eglit
ID: 6490927
TOAD ar not normaly working with UTF
You need to set NLS_LANG=AMERICAN_AMERICA.WE8ISO8859P9
(in registry for normal working....)
and set correct font in toad
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m_eglit earned 100 total points
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I mean - set NSL_LANG on client side
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by:pagerbak
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Thanks, it works now. I'm almost sure, that I tried the same thing a few hours ago, but i surely must have made some mistake.
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