Firstly, I would like to say many thanks for every answer. I have problem with saving data to the Microsoft SQL database. Collation of my database is Latin1_general_CS_AS.
1 – All columns, to which I´m saving the text data are using data type
NTEXT, NVARCHAR or NCHAR are using UCS-2 encoding (it´s standard for
2 – My Nette application is using the UTF-8 encoding.
For saving the data, I must use query like this:
INSERT INTO table(column1, column2) VALUES(N'žťčťščšľčš', N'ážčžťčžť');
//N before string means, the database automatically convert the UTF-8 to UCS-2
Nette will generate query without N' and then I have problem with some chars
I need add 'N to query on all columns, which are type of NTEXT, NVARCHAR, NCHAR or convert UTF-8 to UCS-2 with PHP before store to the database.
Pleeeease, help meeeee.
Thank you very much.
mb_convert_encoding($formData->description, “UCS2”, “UTF-8”), NOT
iconv(…) NOT HELPED
mb_convert_encoding($value, ‘UCS-2LE’, mb_detect_encoding($value, mb_detect_order(), true)); NOT HELPED
- Nette Core | 1099
Collation does not relate to stored encoding, only to ordering.
As you wrote, the
N prefix means that following string literal
is in unicode. If you don't use the prefix, default database encoding is used.
And if characters in string literals does not fit to encoding, they are trimmed.
Check the database encoding, or try set UTF-8. I'm not sure how.
And check, that you are setting the HTML encoding to UTF-8. E.g. by
Yes, Im sure. Im using the UTF-8 in my application. Im sure, Its not possible do set UTF-8 encoding in Microsoft SQL 2008 database. UTF-8 is posiible to set only in SQL server 2012, wich is not free. Im using Microsoft SQL Server 2008, which is free.
I think, I need to update the Nette core to add N'' for all colums, wich are type of NCHAR, NTEXT and NVARCHAR. Second possibility is recore UTF-8 string to UCS-2 in PHP and after this, send to the database (but I tryied more ways, but not successfully).
- Nette Core | 1099
Well, I'm using SQL Server 2012 Express (which is free) and I have no possibility to test server 2008.
The code you are interested in is SqlPreprocessor.
But I don't think that automate prefixing by
N is easy. What if
someone want not to use it? How can be prefixing recognized?
So, you can open an issue on Github, or use the
$ntext = new Nette\Database\SqlLiteral('N' . $connection->quote('ážščřčďťňúů'));
please, can you give mee one concrete example, how can I use SqlLiteral?
Now Im using:
$result = $this->context->table(self::ARTICLES_TABLE_NAME)->where(self::ARTICLE_COLUMN_ID, $formData->id)->update( array( self::ARTICLE_COLUMN_TITLE => 'človek', self::ARTICLE_COLUMN_CONTENT => 'človek', ));
…will generate this query: UPDATE articles SET(title=‘človek’,content=‘človek’);
I need modify this query and add “N” before string like this example:
UPDATE articles SET(title=N'človek',content=N'človek');
Thank you for help.
Last edited by steelbull (2015-01-13 10:03)