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SQL Anywhere 11.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - Database Administration » Replication » Replicating data with Replication Server » Using the LTM


Language and character set issues

Language and character set issues are an important consideration in many replication sites. Each database and server in the system uses a specific collation (character set and sorting order) for storing and ordering strings. SQL Anywhere character set support is performed in a different manner to character set support in Adaptive Server Enterprise and other Open Client/Open Server based applications.

This section describes how to configure the SQL Anywhere LTM such that data in a SQL Anywhere database can be shared with Replication Server and with other databases.

The LTM automatically uses the default Open Client/Open Server language, sort order, and character set. You can override these defaults by adding entries to the LTM configuration file.

Open Client/Open Server collations
Character set settings in the LTM configuration file