Can you do the strtoupper() in your query, using the appropriate Oracle
function?

Maybe it'll handle the different character sets better.

---John Holmes...

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I have a capture form using text fields.   This form receives data from the
user and then through a php module the data will be stored on an Oracle
database via ODBC.   All the data is converted to caps  using the
strtoupper() function.  However when the user writes characters like  the
strtoupper()  function changes the character (to another character but not
to , or the corresponding upper character), so the ODBC manager reports an
error message becouse he does not accept the converted character.

Does somebody knows how can I get the correct character converted ?

I will apprecciate so much your help !

Atte. Ignacio Estrada F.
Centro Nacional de Control de Energia
Area de Control Occidental
025+6463, 025+6464, 025+6469


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