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Internationalization - Japanese text

 
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Hello ,
I have some text stored in an oracle database - and it is supposed to be Japansese text

It appears in some strange format when I query the database

Using a servlet - I am generating html output and want to show this Japansese text

However all I get on the UI are - " ??? "

Can anyone please advise what I would need to do - in order to solve this problem ?

Regards,
-satish
 
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you will use 2 method like this

 
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Hello Somkiat ,
Thanks for ur reply .

I tried testing the same and I still get the same output

In the database I see the japansese text in an unreadable format
The oracle database is set to NLS_CHARACTERSET = UTF8

Any help would be appreciated

Thanks ,
-satish
 
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your oracle database MUST support Japanese language.

please check your DB...
 
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