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What encoding standard is HPSM configured to?

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Hi,

To find out what Encoding standard is HPSM configured to, we need to check the sm.ini file. is that correct?

 

 

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Re: What encoding standard is HPSM configured to?

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Hi, Sunny,

If you are talking about Unicode support, there is the information for you,

Consider the following points to ensure successful Unicode support:

  • Start a Service Manager server with the language:utf8 parameter embedded in the sm.ini file or from the command line. This instructs the server to move data in UTF-8 format to external sources, such as exporting data to a text file. This is a transparent conversion of existing data on an as-needed basis.
  • Ensure that your RDBMS is correctly configured for UTF-8 support. For more information, see your local Database Administrator.

Thanks

Desmond

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Re: What encoding standard is HPSM configured to?

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Hi, Sunny,

If you are talking about Unicode support, there is the information for you,

Consider the following points to ensure successful Unicode support:

  • Start a Service Manager server with the language:utf8 parameter embedded in the sm.ini file or from the command line. This instructs the server to move data in UTF-8 format to external sources, such as exporting data to a text file. This is a transparent conversion of existing data on an as-needed basis.
  • Ensure that your RDBMS is correctly configured for UTF-8 support. For more information, see your local Database Administrator.

Thanks

Desmond

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