When we are creating tables, we should be specifying the format in which the data is stored in the table. like latin1, UTF-8 etc., Check if the problematic table stores data in different format than others.
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While it saves data into the Database the correct Thai format is getting saved....
Table: PostalCodes has three columns [Postalcode(numeric english),
Only when we search for a Postalcode i.e a numeric value it displays the Thai letters of its correcponding District and City in "?". Like if its 3 letters in thai that should come it displays "???" for the District and for City of 7 letters in Thai its 7 Q marks that is getting displayed.
you said other tables are working fine. Considering other table data are getting displayed in other pages, can you go to one of the "correctly displaying page" and retrieve from the same table (say district and city) and try displaying it.
If it displays correctly we can be sure something is wrong in the way the data is handled in UI and clear doubts on the table and wrong data part.