"Strange" chars via ODBC (NotesSQL)

Discussion in 'Lotus Notes Programming' started by ElyBru, Nov 16, 2006.

  1. ElyBru

    ElyBru Guest

    Hi all. I'm developing a .Net application that connects to a NSF
    database containing some e-mail addresses.

    I don't know how to manage some "particular" chars like these :

    ò à è é

    Actually when I try to write these chars, after reading them via ODBC,
    they are replaced whit strange chars like à and ²

    Have I to specify some particular connection options ?

    Now I use this connection string :

    connString = "Driver={Lotus NotesSQL DRIVER (*.nsf)};" & _
    "Server=MyServer;" & _
    "MaxVarcharLen=15360;" & _
    "Database=MyDatabase.nsf"


    Thank you in advance and sorry for my english!


    Elisa
     
    ElyBru, Nov 16, 2006
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  2. ElyBru

    ElyBru Guest

    No one ?

    :-°(

    Where could I help if not here ?
     
    ElyBru, Nov 21, 2006
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  3. That reminds me on UTF-8 code pages. May that be a specific code page,
    even a two byte one?
    Not the slightest idea, I am always in big trouble with these code pages.

    Regards, Peter
     
    Peter Künnemann, Nov 21, 2006
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