I am using a german oracle 11.2.0g install, which has some command line tools communicating with some non-ascii characters (ü, ö, etc.). These are written out in iso8859-1 encoding, but I need them as utf-8 for some scripting. Is it possible?
- OS: german windows 7 x64
- Tools: command line tools in the bin/ directory of the oracle install, f.e. lsnrctl and like
- Scripting language: mostly cmd.exe
Language-specific output is okay, it gives the german output without any problem. The only problem is that it comes in iso8859-1 and not in utf-8.
It were converted by an iconv command from a cygwin, but I used this only as a last resort. The best were if I were able to set somehow the utf-8.
Another tools (f.e. tools from cygwin) work without any problem.