When using the Clarity application you may see the following character "?" instead of the normal extended ASCII character.
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Before you modify the registry, make sure to create back up of the registry and ensure that you understand how to restore the registry if a problem may occur.
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The Clarity application requires that the character set is "UTF-8.
Here is an excerpt from the Installation guide: <Chapter 3, page 159>.
Oracle 9i or higher is installed and operating on the target systems. CA does not provide documentation for installing Oracle. For assistance, refer to Oracle Support documentation.
- For proper extended character handling on any system running an Oracle client or server, the NLS language setting in the OS must be "UTF-8".
- On Unix, edit the Unix user profile to add the NLS_LANG variable:
- On Windows, change the registry settings as follows:
- Start the registry editor:
- From the Start menu select Run.
- Enter "regedit" and press Enter.
- Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ORACLE\HOME0.
- Change the value for key NLS_LANG to: AMERICAN_AMERICA.UTF8.