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From: "Alan Olsen" <olsena at odscompanies dot com>
Subject: Re: Character set issues between Linux and AIX
Date: Oct 16 2006 9:07PM

On Mon, 2006-10-16 at 13:13 -0700, Alan Olsen wrote:

> I am getting the following error with both Sybperl and sqsh.
> 
> "Character set conversion is not available between client character
> set 'utf8' and server character
> set 'iso_1'."
> 
> Do I need to worry about this?  Do I need to change to iso_1 instead
> of utf8 while using Sybperl? Or do I need to add something to my
> character set definitions?
> 
> Thanks.


Found the answer myself.

LANG=C is your friend.

I was getting hosed by the sqsh wrapper remapping the SYBASE variable as
well.

Works now.