[unixODBC-support] Charset differs depending where I start the PHP script

Thomas Despoix despoix at openxtrem.com
Mon Sep 21 13:42:26 BST 2009

Anyway, you could also try to call your web script via a wget command.
That's what I always do, because our web framework brings us a lot of

On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 2:34 PM, Nick Gorham <nick at lurcher.org> wrote:

> Stefan.Immel at stroeher.de wrote:
>> I use unixODBC in combination with the iSeries Access for Linux ODBC
>> driver to connect from a debian machine to an iSeries.
>> I wrote a PHP script that fetches some data and everything works great as
>> long as I call the script the "normal" way via apache server and browser. I
>> need to call the script via an cronjob and so I tried to issue an "phph
>> script" command on the commandline which resulted in a wrong chrset in my
>> data. All special characters (umlauts) are translated wrong and since I plan
>> to create an Excel file this will result in even more problems.
>> Anybody with a solution to this problem?
>>  I guess first thing to check is the LANG setting under both conditions.
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> Nick
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