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  1. #1
    pavan Kumar Guest

    cross platform and java


    Hi,
    I am facing the problem which related to cross platform and java.
    The problem is as below:
    I am trying to read some records(japanese text) from SQL Server (Windows
    NT - English version) database and displaying it in a text area using java.For
    character display I am using the third party tool, and there is no problem
    in displying it. But When I am running the same program in Japanese OS, its
    giving all the records in junk format.And i tried in the reverse way also,
    like getting the data from Japanese OS and displaying it in English OS again
    the same problem occuring.
    I had downloaded the japanese font into my system and chaged the font.properties
    file but then also the same problem occurs.While storing the japanese records
    in SQL Server I am using the

    can any one suggest me a solution...


    Thanks ...

    Pavan.

  2. #2
    raj Guest

    Re: cross platform and java


    How about "encoding"


    "pavan Kumar" <javanews4me@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >Hi,
    >I am facing the problem which related to cross platform and java.
    >The problem is as below:
    >I am trying to read some records(japanese text) from SQL Server (Windows
    >NT - English version) database and displaying it in a text area using java.For
    >character display I am using the third party tool, and there is no problem
    >in displying it. But When I am running the same program in Japanese OS,

    its
    >giving all the records in junk format.And i tried in the reverse way also,
    >like getting the data from Japanese OS and displaying it in English OS again
    >the same problem occuring.
    >I had downloaded the japanese font into my system and chaged the font.properties
    >file but then also the same problem occurs.While storing the japanese records
    >in SQL Server I am using the
    >
    >can any one suggest me a solution...
    >
    >
    >Thanks ...
    >
    >Pavan.



  3. #3
    Lokesh Raj Urs Guest

    Re: cross platform and java

    Try and go for internationalization in java

    "raj" <arjun134@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:39f5cd89$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > How about "encoding"
    >
    >
    > "pavan Kumar" <javanews4me@hotmail.com> wrote:
    > >
    > >Hi,
    > >I am facing the problem which related to cross platform and java.
    > >The problem is as below:
    > >I am trying to read some records(japanese text) from SQL Server (Windows
    > >NT - English version) database and displaying it in a text area using

    java.For
    > >character display I am using the third party tool, and there is no

    problem
    > >in displying it. But When I am running the same program in Japanese OS,

    > its
    > >giving all the records in junk format.And i tried in the reverse way

    also,
    > >like getting the data from Japanese OS and displaying it in English OS

    again
    > >the same problem occuring.
    > >I had downloaded the japanese font into my system and chaged the

    font.properties
    > >file but then also the same problem occurs.While storing the japanese

    records
    > >in SQL Server I am using the
    > >
    > >can any one suggest me a solution...
    > >
    > >
    > >Thanks ...
    > >
    > >Pavan.

    >




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