Re: Sure: Bug with Encoding: \x80 \x81 ...
Posted by: Mark Matthews
Date: June 04, 2007 06:15AM

Bambarbia Kirkudu Wrote:
> Mark,
> It works with Asian characters without any extra
> URL parameters such as UTF-8. I tested with
> Statement and PreparedStatement, with Russian and
> Asian chars.
> And it does not work with some characters in Java
> Unicode. If MySQL utf8 does not have any of Java
> Unicode, it must replace it with reverse question
> mark instead of throwing ERROR.


What specification says this? The general idea is that your database doesn't lose data silently. Nearly every database I've used considers a character encoding mismatch to be an error.

If anything, this is a server bug if it doesn't support the full UTF-8 repertoire that you need.


Mark Matthews
Consulting Member Technical Staff - MySQL Enterprise Tools

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