Access your database from everywhere

A practical approach to DB2 UDB for Linux, UNIX, Windows Unicode support

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Dirk Fechner, Samuel Poon, and Shan Chen

Date archived: January 12, 2017 | First published: January 26, 2006

Design your IBM DB2® Universal Database™ for Linux®, UNIX®, and Windows® (DB2 UDB) database for international use with Unicode. This article explains what encodings are supported, what you need to consider in planning your database, how to store Unicode data, how to migrate an existing non-Unicode database to a Unicode deatabase, and how to enter data. In addition, you'll learn how a Java™ application accesses DB2 Unicode data, and examine Java examples.

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