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Roberto Stefanetti asked a question on 11 May 2013 11:39 PM

Good morning

I have a database that I would like to upgrade from NAV 5 to NAV2013, currently the collaction is 'latin general', without unicode support (it's an very old database)

A brief should enable a communication channel e-commerce platform that gives orders in Navision e-commerce, these orders using the Traditional Chinese language with their own characters (ideograms etc.).

What can I do to correctly handle these characters in Nav ? (now I can not see them in NAV)?

1) Convert the db by switching to unicode (there might be potential problems of space, performance problems etc.).

2) Leave the db as it is and create sql function (or stored procedures) or use. NET to handle the character mapping (Nav then enter the converts from ideograms)

3) Create a new unicode db and execute a data migration

There are other possibilities or advice on this subject?

I would like to implement the best solution

Thanks for support

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4BzSoftware responded on 26 May 2013 4:47 PM

Hi Roberto,

Have you tried our solution? Your feedback is appreciated. Please email to us if any 4BzSoftware@gmail.com.

We built it on NAV 2013 only because NAV 2013 supports Unicode Data Input.

Best regards,

4BzSoftware.

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4BzSoftware responded on 16 May 2013 4:00 AM

Hello,

We got solution for Navision 2013 Table Fields Unicode Caption.

You can try it with Cronus demo company at my SkyDrive link

skydrive.live.com/redir

Hope information can help you!

Best regards,

4BzSoftware.

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Roberto Stefanetti responded on 16 May 2013 7:43 AM

Hi, thanks for support.

i will try it soon.

Only for NAV 2013 or any chance for NAV 2009?

Thanks

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4BzSoftware responded on 26 May 2013 4:47 PM

Hi Roberto,

Have you tried our solution? Your feedback is appreciated. Please email to us if any 4BzSoftware@gmail.com.

We built it on NAV 2013 only because NAV 2013 supports Unicode Data Input.

Best regards,

4BzSoftware.

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