[freetds] diacritics issue

Frediano Ziglio freddy77 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 20 04:26:24 EDT 2016


2016-08-18 7:28 GMT+01:00 Santen van, JDG (Jos) <Jos.van.Santen at rabobank.nl>:
> Hi
>
> I am facing an issue with diacritics.
> I am running MS SQL Enterprise x64 version 11.0.6523.0, created a table there with a colomn type varchar(100) and nvarchar(100)
> Stored the string: 蚞ȊŽàâçèéêëîïôùûüÀÂÇÈÉÊËÎÏÔÙÛÜáíóúñÁÍÓÚÑäöÄÖğışĞIŞ in both fields.
>
> Codepage is 1252 latin and server collation is Latin1_General_CI_AS
> The table is using the servers defaults.
>

č and Č are not available in Windows 1252 encoding.
Same for ğ, ı, ş, Ğ and Ş.

> Using FreeTDS driver 0.91, defined protocol version 7.0 in the freetds config, the data retrieved by the client is corrupted, the šž  (9a 9e) and ŠŽ (8a 8e) aren’t viewable in our client and returned  ‘blanks’ (actually the 9a 9e and 8a 8e aren’t visible in our client), the ğışĞIŞ is returned as gisGIS (67 69 73 47 49 53)
>

Maybe your client is not correctly. 9a 9e is the right encoding for
windows 1252.
Which client encoding are you using?
FreeTDS 0.91 is quite obsolete.
Which library are you using?

> The returned hex values of the complete string for both field types is the same:
> 63 9a 9e 43 8a 8e e0 e2 e7 e8 e9 ea eb ee ef f4 f9 fb fc c0 c2 c7 c8 c9 ca cb ce cf d4 d9 db dc e1 ed f3 fa f1 c1 cd d3 da d1 e4 f6 c4 d6 67 69 73 47 49 53
>

>From the log/server or from the library you are using?

> A part of the debug log related to character conversion:
> iconv.c:330:tds_iconv_open(0x1891400, UTF-8)
> iconv.c:187:local name for ISO-8859-1 is ISO-8859-1
> iconv.c:187:local name for UTF-8 is UTF-8
> iconv.c:187:local name for UCS-2LE is UCS-2LE
> iconv.c:187:local name for UCS-2BE is UCS-2BE
> iconv.c:349:setting up conversions for client charset "UTF-8"
> iconv.c:351:preparing iconv for "UTF-8" <-> "UCS-2LE" conversion
> iconv.c:391:preparing iconv for "ISO-8859-1" <-> "ISO-8859-1" conversion
> iconv.c:394:tds_iconv_open: done
> net.c:205:Connecting to x.x.x.x port 1433 (TDS version 4.2)
>
> (btw: Notice the TDS version used: 4.2 while we defined 7.0)
>

It seems you are really using 4.2. How did you defined 7.0 ?

> Does anyone know how to solve this issue?
>
> BR Jos

Frediano


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