3 Replies Latest reply on Jul 8, 2008 1:18 PM by ilsh

    other language for AIR / mysql

    ilsh Level 1
      I use remote mysql to store the data that users input through my AIR application. It works fine as long as what they input is English. But if they input non-English (say Chinese), the stored data is unrecognizable -- even if the data is downloaded to and displayed in the same AIR application.

      My mysql uses utf-8.

      Is there anyway to fix this problem? Maybe convert the data strings to UTF8 before inserting into database?

      Many thanks.