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RE: SQL*Loader to load mutiple languages from the single

From: Sami <jaysingh1_at_optonline.net>
Date: Fri, 02 Jan 2004 19:09:24 -0800
Message-ID: <F001.005DB859.20040102190924@fatcity.com>


Justin,Thanks for your reply.
When the French characters are loaded properl I did set NLS_LANG=French

-----Original Message-----
Justin Cave
Sent: Friday, January 02, 2004 7:14 PM
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When the French characters are loaded properly, are you setting NLS_LANG to FRANCE_FRENCH.UTF8, or are you using a different character set?

Justin Cave

At 01:39 PM 1/2/2004, jaysingh1_at_optonline.net wrote:
>Dear All,
>
>Happy New Year!
>
>I have to load both French and Japanese characters from the same datafile
>into tables using SQL*loader.
>
>DB character set is UTF8 (version 8.1.7.3)
>Client : Unix (Sun Solaris)
>
>If I set NLS_LANG=AMERICAN_AMERICA.UTF8 then French characters are NOT
>getting
>loaded properly(garbled-> non-readable format) but Japanese characters are
>getting loaded without any problem.
>
>If I set NLS_LANG=French then French characters are getting loaded
>properly( no
>garbled issue) but Japanese characters are NOT getting loaded(garbled).
>
>French Data
>===========
>Lafort
>Franois
>modle
>dmineur
>
>Japanase Data
>===============
>ž‚Š込履歴
>ž‚Š込設š
>
>I copied sample FRENCH & JAPANESE characters above.
>Even here in BROWSER,
>(A)if the BROWSER Encoding (please select View->Encoding) is set to
>Unicode(UTF-8)then Japanese Data (characters) are in READABLE format.
>
>(B)if the BROWSER Encoding (please select View->Encoding) is set to Wester
>European(ISO),then French Data (characters) are in READABLE format.
>
>Questions:
>==========
>1)Why french characters are not getting loaded properly when I set
>NLS_LANG=AMERICAN_AMEICA.UTF8
>
>2)How do I load mutiple langauges content from the same datafile into db
>table.
>
>Kindly through some light on this?
>
>Thanks for your time.
>Jay
>
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