How To Verify The Database Character Set Is The Super Set Of MySql Character? USASCII7, UTF8, UNICODE, Latin1
(Doc ID 1487352.1)
Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2017
Applies to:Oracle GoldenGate - Version 126.96.36.199.0 and later
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Can Latin1 be used with Unicode and UTF8 with MySQl?
I have two databases, each with a different character set. One is MySQL with "utf8" & "latin1/latin1_general_cs" and the other "utf8" & "US7ASCII" for Oracle database.
Considering document "MySQL Installation and Setup Guide" said that "The character set of the target database must be a superset of the character set of the source database." , then how to verify Oracle "utf8" & "US7ASCII" are the super set of MySQL "utf8" & "latin1/latin1_general_cs"
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