Re: Character set problem
Posted by: s.a.w.gooren
Date: January 19, 2005 06:08PM

Hi Steve,

I had a similar problem, which I solved by adding '-Dfile.encoding=ISO-8859-1' to the java command. In your post you mention you switched to latin1, did you use the same command I did?

Did you check with a query (through the JDBC driver) that all connection_* settings are set to latin1?

In my case the problem was the JRE, which was using UTF-8 by default. I had the exact same situation: when using another interface to MySQL (command line, phpMyAdmin, GUI), I could see the database was storing the data correctly.

Let me know whether you've tested the above parameter (ISO-8859-1).

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