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Default Entering chinese text

Hi,

Not sure that this is the right place for this post (please move it if necessary).

I need to write an online content management tool for a web site (in either classic ASP or .NET) that will allow user to enter chinese text. The chinese must be stored in a databse (probably SQL Server 2005 Express).

This is a chinese version of the website, therefore.

The question is: how do I create text entry boxes for chinese input, and how do I store the text in the database? What are the technical issues involved here? What are the font issues? Any other issues I need to be aware of? I have no idea how to tackle this special requirement.

Hope you can help.

Thanks,

Steve
 


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