Storing Unicode character in Oracle 
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 Storing Unicode character in Oracle

Hi,

I have to store different Asian character sets (Japanese, Chinese, etc)
into the same database. I learnt that the NLS_CHARACTER_SET for the
database has to be set up as UTF-8. Each column size definition like
CHAR(n) means n bytes instead of n characters.

Is there really no UCS-2 supported by Oracle?
Do I have to change each column definition from CHAR(n) to CHAR(3*n)
where n is the number of characters?
Does this mean one column can store 30 European character but only 10
Asian Character.

Thanks for your help,
Steffen

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