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Insert chinese ( utf-8 charset ) into MS SQL server

Posted on 2006-06-28
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Does anyone of Experts here know how to insert chinese character (utf-8 charset) into MS SQL Server 2000?

The field are of nvarchar, whenever i attempt to insert, it shows question marks ?????????

It works if i apply either

  server.htmlEncode()

or
   
 Function c2u(CnText)
      For zzzz = 1 to Len(CnText)
        c = Mid(CnText, zzzz, 1)
        c2u = c2u & "&#x" & Hex(AscW(c)) & ";"
      next
    End Function

However the length of the field are fixed and the result will took more spaces
For instance,
请选择   ( 3 chinese characters )
will consume up to 24 nvarchar, thus this is not viable

On each of the asp page

<%@ CodePage = 65001 %>
<%
Response.expires = 0
Response.expiresabsolute = Now() - 1
Response.addHeader "pragma", "no-cache"
Response.addHeader "cache-control", "private"
Response.addHeader "cache-control", "no-cache"
Response.addHeader "cache-control", "no-store"
Response.CacheControl = "no-cache"
Response.CharSet = "utf-8"
%>
 :
 :
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"/>

I have something like this.

Thank you for the helps

Regards
Kelvin
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by:ap_sajith
ID: 17000559
Try removing the codepage attribute. Also, are you getting the jumbled characters on your browser or in you query analyzer.

Cheers!
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darkeryu earned 500 total points
ID: 17002447
hi:

i have this problem before...
you need insert the sql with

insert into table(fd1,fd2) values(N'val1',N'val2')

then you can response correctlly..

thanks
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by:kelvinwkw
ID: 17006359
@ap_sajith  
after i remove the codepage attribute i still get the ??????? instead of chinese characters

@darkeryu
Im using a store procedure for that.

given that
@username nvarchar(30)
@password nvarchar(30)
@email varchar(100)

user nvarchar(30)
pass nvarchar(30)
email varchar(100)

select @checkExist = count(*) from login where username = @username
if @checkExist = 0
begin
      -- if username does not exist
      insert into login(user, pass, email) values(@username, @password, @email)
      select 10000 as msg
      return
end

How am i suppose to dealing with it.

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by:darkeryu
ID: 17006398
hi:

you can modify sql statement

insert into login(user, pass, email) values(N@username, N@password, N@email)
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