Many thanks at both of you :-)
I've just made a lot of tests, a lot of combinations....

I confirm : mssql4 is NOT the good connector for this. mssql2 works much 
better ! !
For unicode fields (type nvarchar in SQL-Server), mssql2 without codec 
works very well, but doen't work for varchar fields (not unicode in 
For traditionnal fields (type = varchar), mssql2 AND db_codec=latin1  make 
the fields working perfectly !

mssql3 also doesn't work.

So I can now continue working on my workflow, it's very plaisant to see 
beautiful letters, like I used to :-)
So my definitiv choice : mssql2 AND db_codec='latin1'.

Thank you very much, and long life to web2py.

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