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- Subject: Re: code page
- From: Marco Antonio Abreu <mabreu.ti@...>
- Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 18:07:17 -0300
No problem Ignacio. Thanks anyway.
I suppose the encode problem is resolved. I put the 'N' flag in front of the strings. My problem now is that the strings are beeing truncated from the SqlServer, just in the Fetch method of LuaSQL. When a field value has one accented char, it truncate the last one ('Flávia' comes like 'Fl??vi' - ?? are especial chars), if the text has two accented chars it has the last two chars cutted and so on...
2009/5/12 Ignacio Burgueño <email@example.com>
Sorry, this occured to me just after hitting Send.
Forget what I said about forcing the encoding with ADO or recompiling LuaCOM.
"latin1 text" -> SqlServer -> ADO -> LuaCOM -> "utf-8 text"
you just need to convert this utf-8 text to latin1 before sending that to MySql. Again, ICU may be of help here.
Sorry for the noise
Marco Antonio Abreu
Analista de Sistemas