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Single and Double byte Unicode character in DB through Java if DB has NLS_CHARACTERSET=WE8ISO8859P1

shardul chand
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Joined: Jun 23, 2010
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I am using the below Java code to set Latin-1 supplement character in the DB (NLS_CHARACTERSET = WE8ISO8859P1) but due to the DB not supporting these characters it is converting it into '?' or inverted '?'.
Is there a way to keep the the DB's NLS_CHARACTERSET as WE8ISO8859P1 and still support various languages (Single or Double Byte Unicode characters)?




Please let me know if there is an solution to this. Thanks in advance.
 
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