E.2. Character Sets in Database and Continuent Tungsten
Character sets within the databases and within the configuration for Java
and the wrappers for Continuent Tungsten must match to enable the information to
be extracted and viewed.
For example, if you are extracting with the UTF-8 character set, the data
must be applied to the target database using the same character set. In
addition, the Tungsten Replicator should be configured with a corresponding
matching character set. For installations where replication is between
identical database flavours (for example, MySQL or MySQL) no explicit
setting should be made. For heterogeneous deployments, the character set
should be set explicitly.
When installing and using Continuent Tungsten, be aware of the following aspects
when using character sets:
When installing Continuent Tungsten, use the
tpm to configure the character set.
When using the thl command, the character set may
need to be explicitly stated to view the content correctly:
thl list -charset utf8
For more information on setting character sets within your database, see
your documentation for the database:
For more information on the character set names and support within Java,