To display another language in iSQL*Plus, you must configure all three tiers. The following example is for Japanese using the Unicode (UTF-8) character set in Microsoft Windows.
To use the UTF-8 character encoding for Japanese:
Microsoft Language Packs and updates are available for Windows operating systems to provide international language support at:
or you can find information about Asian language support for Windows at:
Netscape information about fonts, and font downloads to support international language sets can be found at:
For Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0:
For Netscape Navigator 4.7:
For Microsoft Internet Explorer:
For Netscape Navigator:
Set the Globalization Support variables you want in the Oracle HTTP Server operating system. Every iSQL*Plus session inherits this environment.
Create your Oracle9i database with the UTF8 character set.
For more information on globalization support, see the Oracle Technology Network globalization notes at http://otn.oracle.com/tech/globalization/content.html