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Western European caracters
  Posted by  Luc Simon  on Thursday, April 03, 2003 at 3:17:01 AM (EST)
Hy
Does anybody know what to do for edock to accept western european caracters (with accents for example). When I try to add some documents with an apostrophe, which is very commun, I get an error message something like "illegal caracter", and acute grave and circumflex accents are replaced with unreadeable caracters.
Please Help !!!!
Regards
PS Apologies for my poor english
Luc
  Posted by Peter Murphy  on Thursday, April 03, 2003 at 10:32:20 AM (EST)
I would imagine the reason why an apostrophe (') isn't accepted is because it is used in SQL queries to designate data. For example, when you do a query, it's like this:

select something from somewhere where value='some_value'

This is probably why it's not accepted.

I did a quick check with some characters I know of, and I found:

Work:


Do not work:


Those are the only extended ascii characters I know of (I really only speak English, a little Scots Gaelic and some Latin). I reported it as a bug because I think these characters should work: especially when some characters from the same "family" are supported (like
) and some are not (like ).
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