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Using special characters in java

 
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HI Ranchers,

I want to add all the special characters to the ms-sql 2005 database using java program.
Is there anyway where we can encode the string with special characters.

Thanks & Regards,
Hashmukh
 
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Java supports unicode. SQL Server supports unicode. You don't need to do anything, assuming you use a Unicode data type (e.g. nvarchar rather than varchar) in your datamodel.
 
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