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Not really my area, but here are a couple of ideas:
1. Did the first machine have Oracle DB client/server software installed but not the second machine? Not exactly a good match for you, but from the TimesTen forum:
Encoding problem in sql developer
2. Have you tried using ttjdbc6.jar? Not sure if TimesTen 7 requires ttjdbc5, but SQL Developer releases use Java 6 nowadays.
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Since I only need jdbc driver to connect to TT so I didn't install TT client for 2nd machine. Previously I tried with ttjdbc6.jar but sqldev always complains about URL is not valid even it is.
Now I download the latest TT11 client and install it onto 2nd machine. ttjdbc6.jar works now and strange char is gone.
BTW, I'm using JDK7u9 to start sqldev to use G1 GC. It seems ttjdbc7.jar won't work at this moment. Thanks.