|Related to : MySQL - question marks|
|PHP is inserting question marks to MySQL|
The php module in mysql can't set itself to utf8 automatically based
on the configurations. Probably nobody knows, why. The workaround is a
SET NAMES 'utf8';
query at the beginning of every mysql connection.
I see in your question, that you are playing around with this bug
already. No, you don't need utf8_encode and such tricks after you set
Alternative things ($something->connect
|Question marks in MySQL DB JavaEE Glassfish|
At some point in the process the wrong encoding is being used, most
likely something like ISO-8859-1 which doesn't support those
You need to check each step in the chain (i.e. database drivers,
database, database server, web page encoding, etc) to identify where
the corruption occurs and then change the configuration on that link.
|from c# server to mysql DB - hebrew question marks|
After changing both the collation and the web.config as described, the
only thing that I didn't change was the procedures in the DB.
So, after changing from this:
finally it worked.
The solution was found here
|Arabic text is showing ????(question marks) when selecting data from mysql in servlet|
You might looking for Character Encoding
If you don't even know where to get Arabic characters, but you want to
display them, then you're doing something wrong.
Save files containing Arabic characters with encoding UTF-8. A good
editor allows you to set the character encoding. In the HTML page,
place the following after :
|Getting question marks when trying to get data from API|
Have a look here: jQuery doesn't display Hebrew
And be totally sure first that your JSON files are actually enconded
You might want to check how your server is serving those JSON and
which codification they have.
Check also this link:
“V8 currently only accepts characters in the BMP as inp