AS/400 PF to IFS with CCSID 935

10 pts.
Tags:
AS/400 administration
CCSID
IFS
Physical Files
I have a file on the as/400 which contains mixed language data.  Some fields are coded as 'O' to accomodate DBCS Chinese Characters.  This all works fine.  If I pull the data up in Excel using the iseries add in, it comes up great.  I need to take this file and place it on an IFS to be processed by Websphere.  The Chinese characters are not coming across in the file (it is in CSV).  I'm sure there's some parameter I need to update somewhere, whether it be a CCSID or Language parm.  I am using a SEQUEL execute to get the file to the folder.  Will I have better results and be able to change to UTF-8 (if that's what's needed) by using a cpytostrmf?



Software/Hardware used:
as/400

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