- Object names in the Data Dictionary using the UNICODE server character set
- User data in Teradata Database tables using the LATIN server character set. You can override the global data storage default by specifying a different default character set for individual users and table columns. See Specifying the Default Server Character Set.
For the standard language support mode, the default server character set for user DBC is also LATIN.
About Standard Language LATIN Character Coding
Standard language support provides Teradata Database internal coding for the entire set of printable characters from the ISO 8859-1 (Latin1) and ISO 8859-15 (Latin9) standard, including diacritical marks such as ä, ñ, Ÿ, Œ, and œ, though the Z with caron in Latin9 is not supported. ASCII control characters are also supported for the standard language set.
For a definition of the Teradata LATIN character set used to represent ASCII and EBCDIC characters, see LATIN Server Character Set.
The LATIN server character set used in standard language support mode is sufficient to support the following languages.
|International Languages That are Compatible with Standard Language Support|
|Catalonian||Finnish||Irish Gaelic (new orthography)||Samoan|