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ttt
Posted: 02/21/2001, 2:37 PM

I am evaluating CodeCharge... And I have a problem.
My language is french and so is the database structure.
When I click "preview" I get this error :
-------------------
Page: Page

Form: Form2

Field: Prénom
Attribute: - Name can contain only A..Z, a..z, 0..9 and _.
-------------------
Does this mean CC doesn't support french character like "é" ?

-marc-

CodeCharge
Posted: 02/22/2001, 12:24 AM

Looks like it doesn't :-)
We'll look into this as we're just finishing multi-language support (ability
to replace messages like "Next", "Previous", "No records", etc.)

Adam


"ttt" <ttt@ttt.com> wrote in messagenews:971fvl$jq5$1@news.codecharge.com...
> I am evaluating CodeCharge... And I have a problem.
> My language is french and so is the database structure.
> When I click "preview" I get this error :
> -------------------
> Page: Page
>
> Form: Form2
>
> Field: Prénom
> Attribute: - Name can contain only A..Z, a..z, 0..9 and _.
> -------------------
> Does this mean CC doesn't support french character like "é" ?
>
> -marc-
>
>

Alexey Alexapolsky
Posted: 02/22/2001, 4:17 AM

You can use the language-specific characters in db but you can not use them
in field's name.
Because the field name equals to the name of variable in fact.
So, you should rename field on form Prenom to Prenom. (It does not mean that
he should rename the field in DB).

--
Regards,
Alexey
CodeCharge Support


ttt <ttt@ttt.com> wrote in messagenews:971fvl$jq5$1@news.codecharge.com...
> I am evaluating CodeCharge... And I have a problem.
> My language is french and so is the database structure.
> When I click "preview" I get this error :
> -------------------
> Page: Page
>
> Form: Form2
>
> Field: Prénom
> Attribute: - Name can contain only A..Z, a..z, 0..9 and _.
> -------------------
> Does this mean CC doesn't support french character like "é" ?
>
> -marc-
>
>

ttt
Posted: 02/22/2001, 8:15 AM

Great. It works fine now, thanks ! CodeCharge seems to be a very usefull
product.
-marc-

"Alexey Alexapolsky" <alexa@codecharge.com> wrote in message
news:973002$ajl$1@news.codecharge.com...
> You can use the language-specific characters in db but you can not use
them
> in field's name.
> Because the field name equals to the name of variable in fact.
> So, you should rename field on form Prenom to Prenom. (It does not mean
that
> he should rename the field in DB).



   


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