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Internationalisation issues

vicky malhotra

Joined: Feb 05, 2005
Posts: 16

I have a database administration application.
I need to support internationalisation for it. i.e. the user shoud be able to enter data in any language. Also, i want to store the data in my Database (Informix database) in the same format n not UTF-8 encoded. Then i need to show him the same data.

If anyone has any experience on this please tell me what can be the problems associated n the possible remedies.
Even if u dont know the remedy, please list the problems atleast.

Joe Myn

Joined: Oct 19, 2004
Posts: 25
Hello vicky,

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