It is required that you store all your data in Unicode format (UTF-8), while installing Moodle 2.0


Getting error message while Installing Moodle 2.0

It is required that you store all your data in Unicode format (UTF-8). New installations must be performed into databases that have their default character set as Unicode. If you are upgrading, you should perform the UTF-8 migration process (see the Admin page).

It is required that you store all your data in Unicode format (UTF-8).

Solution:

1. Open your Moodle database which you created in MySQL using phpMyAdmin

It is required that you store all your data in Unicode format (UTF-8): Solution

2. Run

ALTER DATABASE mydatabasename charset=utf8;

MyDataBaseName= Your Moodle database

It is required that you store all your data in Unicode format (UTF-8): Alter Database

3. No more error message saying

It is required that you store all your data in Unicode format (UTF-8). New installations must be performed into databases that have their default character set as Unicode. If you are upgrading, you should perform the UTF-8 migration process (see the Admin page).

No More Unicode format Error Message

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