Subject Re: [firebird-support] non us characters in comments fail
Author Martijn Tonies (Upscene Productions)
Hello Tim,

Hmm, if Firebird allows you to store such characters, I would expect
Database Workbench
to support it. ;)

If you can find a reproducible case, let me know.

With regards,

Martijn Tonies
Upscene Productions

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From: Tim Ward
Sent: Friday, April 25, 2014 10:27 AM
Subject: Re: [firebird-support] non us characters in comments fail

I'm using v4.4.5.0. I can't check what others are using as they aren't in
the office just right now, but I would expect them to be on the same

On 25/04/2014 09:23, Martijn Tonies (Upscene Productions) wrote:

Hello Tim,

>Yes, I had one of these yesterday - part of a comment had been
>cut-and-pasted from Word, and contained something that looked like an
>ASCII minus but was in fact an em-rule.
>Whether you get a failure or not, and at which point of the process,
>depends, apparently, on all sorts of things, including in particular the
>connection character set. In our case the procedure had been stored in
>the database OK, and the application ran OK, but developers couldn't
>extract metadata from the database using Database Workbench or (to a
>more limited extent) FlameRobin.

Are you still experiencing this issue with recent versions of Database