To determine whether a Korean character is valid in a Teradata Database object name:
- Find the text file at http://www.info.teradata.com that maps the character set to UNICODE.
- In the text file, find the Unicode character to which the client character in question maps.
- Find the file that identifies valid Unicode characters, UOBJNEXT.txt, available at http://www.info.teradata.com.
- If the Unicode character appears in the file that is applicable to your system, you can use the client character that maps to it in an object name.
Korean Object Names containing multibyte Hangul characters are currently not supported in Teradata Database under any client character set.