I'm trying to search for an object in the database by means of the following GLORP query:
session readOneOf: User where: [:one | one name = 'Martín'].There is no matching row in the database.But I get the following error:
DBXRecoverableError: RECOVERABLE OpenDBX: ERROR: invalid byte sequence for encoding "UTF8": 0xed 0x6e 0x27
On the other hand, if I insert a row manually, when I get the name back (read from the database) I get 'MartÃn' instead of the original 'Martín'.
Should I define the encoding I want to use somewhere else?Regards,
Esteban A. Maringolo
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