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[edited by: FromBelgium at 11:26 am (utc) on Dec. 3, 2006]
this describes how the character set can be set at the server level and overridden at runtime.
you will probably need help from your host to implement this fix.
there is an entirely different and probably more complicated set of issues if you exported and imported data when moving servers especially if it was also a version upgrade.
i'm ony peripherally aware if these issues so i will defer to those more recently bruised and blistered.
MySQL charset: UTF-8 Unicode (utf8) (cannot be change)
MySQL connection collation:utf8_bin (can be changed)
Collation: latin_swedish_ci (can be changed)
Does this looks normal? Should I change one of the settings?
If I change the collation does this change data stored in the database?