Localization :: Change App To Support Japanese Characters?

May 27, 2010

We have some software that works with a sql database, our customers want to use japanese characters. When they try and use it with our softare and save the characters through a form, the characters get corrupted. They have said that if we change the charater encoding in our database that we can save jap characters. What im workdering is if we do this will it affect the current data and do our forms have to be rewritten to handle these characters?

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