Re: jdbc mysql: encoding utf-8 to latin1?

Lew <>
Mon, 03 May 2010 21:00:16 -0400
Alexander Burger wrote:

well I tried:


You don't need to create an instance of the driver, not even to simply throw
it away. The driver registration occurs during the class initialization
triggered by 'forName()'.

You should indent far less aggressively for Usenet posts, a maximum of four
spaces per indent level.

                  if(this.dbLoginTimeOut != null){
                          DriverManager.setLoginTimeout(this.dbLoginTimeOut.intValue() );

                  //Properties info = new Properties();
                  //info.put("user", this.dbuser);
                  //info.put("password", this.dbpwd);
                  //info.put("charSet", this.strEnCodingToFromDB); //"utf-8");

                  //conn = DriverManager. getConnection(this.dburl, info);

                  conn =

                  stmt = conn.createStatement();

                  //change chars
                      Charset latin1 = Charset.forName("ISO-8859-1");
                      byte[] b = strRequest.getBytes(latin1);
                      System.out.println("strRequest.getBytes(latin1) : ");
                      for (int i = 0; i< b.length; i++) {
                          System.out.printf("%X ", b[i]);
                      System.out.println("new String(b, latin1) : " + new String(b,

                  resultSet = stmt.executeQuery(new String(b, latin1));

The issue isn't the character set of the query but of the data. Changing the
character set of the query will have no effect.

is there something wrong? well I have completely no effect in database. The
system.out is correct.

Exactly so.


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