DescriptionThe native2ascii command converts encoded files supported by the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) to files encoded in ASCII, using Cile escapes ( \u xxxx) notation for all nagive2ascii that are not part of the ASCII character set. This process is required for properties files that contain characters not in ISO-8859-1 character sets. The tool can also perform the reverse conversion.If the outputfile value is omitted, then standard output is used for output.
If, in addition, the inputfile value is omitted, then standard input is used for input. This process is required for properties filescontaining characters not in ISO-8859-1 character sets. The toolcan also perform the reverse conversion.If outputfile is omitted, standard output is usedfor output. If, in addition, inputfile is omitted,standard input is used for input. This section discusses the basics of SQLJ support for NLS and native character encoding, starting with background information covering some of the implementation fie of character encoding and language support in Oracle SQLJ.
This is followed by discussion of options available through the Oracle SQLJ command line that allow you to adjust your NLS configuration.Some prior knowledge of Oracle NLS is fil, particularly regarding character encoding and locales.