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Topic: The Chinese hieroglyphs, in what coding to store

Good afternoon
There was a necessity to import the nomenclature the Chinese hieroglyphs. Tried UTF - IBExpert and isql produce???.
Who has an experience? In a notepad I see hieroglyphs as they are.

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Re: The Chinese hieroglyphs, in what coding to store

Gallemar wrote:

There was a necessity to import the nomenclature the Chinese hieroglyphs. Tried UTF - IBExpert and isql produce???.

You whistle.

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Re: The Chinese hieroglyphs, in what coding to store

It seems that at you there not  the data.
Screenshot  with the released button "to Show the data as " show.

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IBExpert;
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Re: The Chinese hieroglyphs, in what coding to store

Understood, I did simply Insert and an insertion in  if to do through unicode editor - that all apprx.
How it in normal sql to make?

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Gallemar wrote:

Understood, I did simply Insert and an insertion in

It is the working method, no problems should be. Certainly, the connection should be in UTF8, and the button "to Show the data as " - is pushed.

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Thanks, now it is necessary Crystal Reports to teach UTF correctly to produce

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IBExpert wrote:

a button "to Show the data as " - it is pushed.

And generally what function at this button? I can not  force it is correct to produce a line.

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CHARACTER SET UTF8?

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Gallemar wrote:

And generally what function at this button? I can not  force it is correct to produce a line.

With a pushed button the data  as , with wrung out - as ansi. But  yours it in any way cannot affect.

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IBExpert wrote:

But  yours it in any way cannot affect.

It is clear. A crystal I can not force as  to display.

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Here somebody Delphi knows? ()
I can not make similarly in FR3, who can helps?

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Re: The Chinese hieroglyphs, in what coding to store

Gallemar;
The problem with FR3 is not absolutely clear.
On a screenshot - the type in PDF which it is still not clear as is made.
On  FR3 looks normally?
At me export from FR in PDF then looks normally, even with Russian letters and without , only in that case if at export to specify a daw "to build in fonts". I think hieroglyphs it especially concerns.

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fraks wrote:

On a screenshot - the type in PDF which it is still not clear as is made.
On  FR3 looks normally?

Did by normal import, selecting nothing.
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