Re: Command line UTF8 encoding
Posted by: Barry Galbraith ()
Date: May 28, 2010 06:23PM
I found this in the Refman here
Character set issues affect not only data storage, but also communication between client programs and the MySQL server. If you want the client program to communicate with the server using a character set different from the default, you'll need to indicate which one. For example, to use the utf8 Unicode character set, issue this statement after connecting to the server:
SET NAMES 'utf8';
For more information about configuring character sets for application use and character set-related issues in client/server communication, see Section 9.1.5, “Configuring the Character Set and Collation for Applications”, and Section 9.1.4, “Connection Character Sets and Collations”.
|Command line UTF8 encoding||16314||Gabriel Llamas||05/28/2010 06:37AM|
|Re: Command line UTF8 encoding||7851||Barry Galbraith||05/28/2010 06:23PM|
|Re: Command line UTF8 encoding||4972||Gabriel Llamas||05/29/2010 01:05AM|
|Re: Command line UTF8 encoding||4394||Barry Galbraith||05/29/2010 01:40AM|
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