ArcGIS, .NET, Urgent! Please help

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I'm trying to save a unicode utf8 string --> "سلام" in a feature of a featureclass, but it is saved like "????".as ArcMap support different encodin and also Farsi that I'm working with, It should be possible through my program.but I didn't find any way yet.anybody knows about this? feature = fc.CreateFeature(); feature.Shape = point; feature.set_Value(feature.Fields.FindField("Name"), o.Name); feature.Store(); fc is an IFeatureClass, feature is an IFeature and o.Name is a unicode.utf8 string.in watch window: feature.get_value(feature.Fields.FindField("Name"))--> is OK but fc.GetFeature(1).Get_Value(feature.Fields.FindField("Name")) --> is "????" and this is what is saved. What should I do? Cry

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