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I have a database with Turkish names and surnames. Here is some information about my table: CREATE TABLE `sorted_tc` ( `TCKIMLIKNO` double NOT NULL, `ADI` varchar(40) COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci NOT …
asked Dec 26 '15 by yasar
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Here is how I did it. First, I launched old mysqld and issued this command: mysqldump -u root -p --tab=tmp --default-character-set=latin1 database tablename Then, I started new mysqld and created ta …
answered Dec 19 '15 by yasar
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latin 1 encoding but the actually data uses Turkish chracters. It is used by a desktop application. Probably application interprets data as latin 5 to display correctly. I may ditch the original … program and implement my own UI for queries. My problem is that when I mysqldump -> mysql import, some chracters get corrupted. For example, YAŞAR becomes YAÞAR. I didnt add any encoding information to …
asked Dec 19 '15 by yasar