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restore my sql with tis 620

Posted on 2007-04-05
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my sql dump how ca i dump mysql database but the encoding charector should be Tis620 and when I restore back the character should be tis620
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What version of MySQL? The default is to dump both table definitions plus data. Within the table definition, the character encoding will be recorded, so it should just work. Have you given it a try?
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MySQL 4.0.20 this is the sorce

and Server version: 4.1.20 is the destination


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Should be fine with this version
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How can I know the encoding of database in MySQL 4.0.20  be cause i can not see in
phpmyadnin like MySQL 4.1.20
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If you look at the 'create table' statements in the mysqldump file, they should define an encoding for each table.
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