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By default, Adeptia Suite supports ISO- 8859-1 character set encoding. In case, the data you are processing through Adeptia Suite contains characters that are a part of another character set encoding, for example, UTF-8, then you need to change the character set encoding.

Adeptia Suite enables you to define the character set encoding as per your requirement. You can set the character set encoding at the application level if you want to use the particular character set encoding throughout Adeptia Suite. In addition, Adeptia Suite also enables you to set the character set encoding at Adeptia Server activity level within the process flow.

Character Set Encoding defined at activity level within the process flow always takes precedence over the Character Set Encoding defined at the application level. 

Following are the major subsections:

Section NameDescription

Setting character set encoding at the application level

Step-by-step instructions to define the character set encoding at the application level.

Setting character set encoding while designing schema

Step-by-step instructions to define the required character set encoding while designing schema.

Setting character set encoding while mapping data elements

Step-by-step instructions to define the required character set encoding while mapping source and target data elements.

Setting character set encoding within the process flow level

Step-by-step instructions to define the character set encoding at activity level within process flow.
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