The sample XSD in Creating the XSD file does not specify a character set. This works fine for English and most western European languages. If your data uses a double-byte character set, or a special character set for Eastern European languages, you must include a character set specification in the definition of each XSD data element. You do this by including a
deviceEncoding attribute in the element definition. In our example in Creating the XSD file, this would change the
Employees element definition as follows — added text is bolded:
<xsd:element name="Employees" msch:relation="Employees" type="Employees_type" deviceEncoding="UTF-8"/>
M-Business XML conduit's DBCS support is currently limited to the UTF-8 character set. For more general information about handling XML data that involves DBCS double-byte character sets, see Avoiding problems with double-byte characters in XML data.
When you add the appropriate