Inserting 'ééééé' into a column defined as varchar(5) runs fine from squirrel sql client (jdbc). But doing the same insert from sqlplus fails with ORA-12899 (too long value). NLS_CHARACTERSET is set ...
Is it possible to change NLS_LANG settings on the server after installation Oracle 11.2 XE? (I am not thinking about alter session.) As you know one can not choose db characterset nor nls_lang while ...
There is different letters for 'KAF' (ک , ك) and 'YA' (ی , ي) in Persian with different unicode codes and same spell. I am using these commands to set Persian sort and comparing in my project ALTER ...
I'm developing an Oracle 11g-based application which is likely to be used by clients in many different countries (mostly European). I want the program to change its NLS_SORT so that it's case ...