The transfer method we use is DTF client access.
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We tried different settings in client access DTF but none of them gave correct result. Can someone, who experienced a similar problem, give me a hint? iSeries settings are: SYSVAL QCHRID = 697 - 37, QCCSID = 37. Thanks a lot in advance
- If the user profile CCSID (i.e the job CCSID) is different from the CCSID of the target file character conversion is occuring on the AS400 itself. Make sure your database file is defined with Polish CCSID and that the user is using the same CCSID.
- The Windows box uses the national setting to perform character conversion from EBCDIC to ASCII. Make sure your Windows regional setting are set to Polish.
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