CCSID Problem Creating XML Documents with RPG and CGIDEV2

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CCSID
CGIDEV2
RPG
XML
Hello,

I am creating XML documents with the CGIDEV2 library of procedures. My XML templates are in CCSID 1252. I have a field defined as CCSID 37 that I am trying to insert into the XML as variable text. This field contains a cent sign. CGIDEV2 creates the new XML document as CCSID 819 withut error. The resulting XML document cannot be opened and is invalid due to the cent sign.

Not sure if this is a limitation of CGIDEV2 or if there is some way I can program around it.

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks...

 

 



Software/Hardware used:
AS/400, IBM i, RPG, XML, CGIDEV2
ASKED: January 29, 2010  6:34 PM
UPDATED: February 1, 2010  2:39 PM

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