AW: [Catalyst] unicode best practices

Hartmaier Alexander Alexander.Hartmaier at
Fri Feb 16 11:34:51 GMT 2007

I use Oracle 10.1 and didn't have to define anything to get utf8 working.
My Oracle charset is AL32UTF8 which is the recommended charset for UTF8 useage.


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Von: Richard Jolly [mailto:richardjolly at] 
Gesendet: Freitag, 16. Februar 2007 09:45
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Betreff: Re: [Catalyst] unicode best practices

On 15 Feb 2007, at 21:15, Jonathan Rockway wrote:

> Daniel McBrearty wrote:
>> I also found once I started using the above, I needed to install
>> C::V::TT::ForceUTF8 to avoid garbled output.
> This means you're probably not encoding octets to characters properly.
> See what encoding::warnings says about your code.

So needing C::V::TT::ForceUTF8 is a sign you've not handled it properly 
further upstream?

> Also, read for
> unicode details.

Thanks, nice summary.


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