OTL 4.0, Examples for MySQL / MyODBC 5.1, Unicode

The examples below show how to use OTL with MyODBC 5.1 (and higher) connector and Unicode based strings. These examples should work with MySQL 5.0 and higher. The database default character set needs to be set to UTF-8.
  1. Example 700  (Simple Unicode Insert/Select and VARCHAR strings)
  2. Example 701 (Simple Unicode Insert/Select with LONGTEXT)
  3. Example 702 (Simple Unicode Insert/Select with LONGTEXT, and LOB streams)
  4. Example 703 (Simple Unicode Insert/Select and #define OTL_UNICODE_CHAR_TYPE)
  5. Example 704 (Simple Unicode Insert/Select and #define OTL_UNICODE_STRING_TYPE)
  6. Example 705 (Unicode LONGTEXT Insert/Select and #define OTL_UNICODE_STRING_TYPE)

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