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Re: Spanish Characters



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I   saw  a problem  similar to this one . The customer  ran the  job in a
test environment  where to character set  was defined  differently.( i.e US
Vs Spanish) so  you might want to  think about that as a possible.


At 05:30 PM 09/22/2001 -0300, pablo lardieri wrote:
>I currently have a client in Argentina that has an issue with
>Spanish Characters printing incorrectly. When these characters, such
>as the N with a tilda are entered within there system, the characters
>appear correctly.
>
>However, when the values that contain the N with a tila are printed to
>a report the N with a tild is displayed and printed as a # character.
>The code page that the client is using a code page of 284, and the
>character ID is 697.
>
>Any insight or clues as to the cause, and solution to the problem would
>be greatly appreciated.
>
>Thank you in advance for your assistance and help.
>
>Pablo
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Regards,


Glenn
Ph. (718)898-9805
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