Client Access Download w/ Chinese

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We are trying to download a file through Client Access that has Simplified Chinese in fields that are defined as Open and CCSID 65535. The Chinese characters are coming through as 'garbage'. Is there some setting(s) in the download that can be changed to accomplish this?
ASKED: September 25, 2012  3:15 PM

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  • clepron
    Hias we got the same issue, could you tell me if you have fixed it ?thanksChristophe
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  • CLKelly
    What you can try is to load Chinese on the PC that you're downloading to.  I have Chinese (PRC) on my laptop and when I import data into Excel the DBCS characters are correct.  You can just download and install from Microsoft.  I don't use CA for retrieving the file so can't tell you if this would help. Carolyn
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