Re: Partially UTF 8 Database
Posted by: Alexander Barkov
Date: April 25, 2006 03:07AM

There should not be any problems to mix utf8 and latin1 tables in the same
database, even if you have joins between tables with utf8 and latin1.
utf8 has priority over latin1, so any mixture should be succesfully resolve, e.g.:

- CONCAT(utf8_column, latin1_column) will return utf8 value,
- WHERE utf8_column=latin1_column wull use collation of utf8_column for comparison.

However, I suggest to create a test database and check everything anyway.

"ALTER DATABASE dbname DEFAULT CHARACTER SET utf8" does not affect existing
tables. It just sets the default character set for all tables created *afterwards*.

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April 20, 2006 09:24AM
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