Re: Client Character Set

Hi Raja,
I guess, you issue is sligtly different from what is described in the link.
Your database is US7ASCII versus AL32UTF8 talked on the web page.
US7ASCII by definition supports ONLY ASCII characters - 32-127.

Permanent solution would be to change character set on database site to support
all character that your application is storing. 

A temporary solution would be to set a character set on client site to match
the database character set (US7ASCII). Search windows registry for the NLS_LANG
key:

NLS_LANG=American_America.WE8MSWIN1252   - in your environment might be
different and change it to 
NLS_LANG={the same as it was}.US7ASCII

Regards
Mindaugas Navickas

--- "Subbiah, Nagarajan" <Nagarajan.Subbiah@xxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi List,
> 
> I am facing the character set issue. Win2K IIS Client - Oracle 9.2.0.5 on
> HP-UX. Database Character set is US7ASCII. Is there any option to set the
> client character set to resolve the issue and where should I set this up?
> 
> Below URL describes the same issue. Looking for the solution. 
> 
> https://secure.experts-exchange.com/register.jsp?rsid=20&srid=4C0Ba9a2hXvXwW
> 7Ca%2FGQfQ%3D%3D&redirectURL=%2FDatabases%2FOracle%2FQ_21292465.html%3Fqid%3
> D21292465#signup
> 
> Thanks
> Raja
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