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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0009809mantisbtdb mssqlpublic2016-07-11 15:35
Reporterdelta8988 Assigned To 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityN/A
Status newResolutionsuspended 
PlatformCore2DuoOSWindows2003OS Version2003
Product Version1.1.4 
Summary0009809: I cannot use Korean on Mantis v1.1.4
Description

DataBase : MSSQL 2005

75 Line In the file [database_inc.php]
$c_charset parameter did not prepare utf-8.

I can use Korean after I changed utf-8 to korean.

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related to 0015427 closeddregad Deploy mantis with MSSQL and UTF8 

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grangeway

grangeway

2014-02-17 13:26

reporter   ~0039439

Marking as Suspended

MSSQL support is currently known broken. We are going to be replacing the DB Layer in Mantis to fix this properly after the next release.

I'd strongly advise using MYSQL for now.

The new DB layer already contains the appropriate fixes for MS SQL Support.

grangeway

grangeway

2014-03-27 19:12

reporter   ~0039769

MSSQL support is currently known broken. We are going to be replacing the DB Layer in Mantis to fix this properly after the next release.

I'd strongly advise using MYSQL for now.

The new DB layer already contains the appropriate fixes for MS SQL Support.

grangeway

grangeway

2014-05-16 15:00

reporter   ~0040313

MantisBT currently supports Mysql and has support for other database engines.

The support for other databases is known to be problematic.

Having implemented the current database layer into Mantis 10 years ago, I'm currently working on replacing the current layer.

If you are interested in using Mantis with non-mysql databases - for example, Oracle, PGSQL or MSSQL, and would be willing to help out testing the new database layer, please drop me an email at paul@mantisforge.org

In the meantime, I'd advise running Mantis with Mysql Only to avoid issues.

Thanks
Paul