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Does anybody know anything about the capability or otherwise of storing chinese characters in a data record and if so what the issues to consider are. I have searched the Knowledge Base for 'chinese' and very little came up. We are using navigational access to Pervasive Data (actually via Magic xpa). Thanks Barry Edmondson
defect submitted. If I add an additional condition (Id > *somevalue*) then this continues to behave the same, only 198 are displayed, 199 aren't regardless of where I make the query start.
You might consider submitting a test case to http://www.pervasive.com/database/Home/Support/defect.aspx Jose
There is no problem with odbc or ado.net the problem is purely the grid in PCC (as said, it works in PCC when you use 'execute in text').
OK -- good to know. This leads me to believe that the issue is with the data itself, perhaps confusing the PCC. One more isolation test: Try issuing the same queries (TOP 198, TOP 199) using an ODBC application, instead of the PCC, which uses JDBC. If you have MS Access or Excel, these work fairly well, or you could download a copy of another ODBC-compatible...