>The encoding system used is UTF-2 according to Oracle. UTF-8 support is in
> Oracle 8.
Both are UTF8. The AL24UTFFSS was created when UTF8/UTF8/UTFFSS was in
form back in Oracle 7.2 time. Since it is used as the character set name
we cannot change it. The AL24UTFFSS is the Unicode 1.1 version UTF8. UTF8
Unicode 2.0 version UTF8.
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Anyone got any experience/thoughts on using the multi-byte character
set AL24UTFFSS which is the Oracle Unicode multi-byte character set for
Oracle 7.3 ?
The encoding system used is UTF-2 according to Oracle. UTF-8 support is in
Oracle 8. I've done some simple experiments with Netscape 4.04 specifying
UTF-8 as the encoding technique and it seems to work OK.
Does anyone know what the difference is between UTF-2 and UTF-8 ?
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