Sending Japanese characters from Websphere Message Broker to iSeries

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CCSID
iSeries
WebSphere
We have a requirement to send data from WebSphere Message Broker to an iSeries via MQ. The message triggers a call to an RPGILE program which will process the message and write the data out to JD Edwards database files. The messages on the broker are encoded as CCSID 1208. The iSeries OS has a CCSID of 37. We have tried using a queue manager with a CCSID of 930 and doing a convert on MQGET but it doesn't convert the message correctly. We also tried setting convert on the channel but that didn't work either. Does anyone know the best way of going about this?

Software/Hardware used:
Websphere Message Broker 7, iSeries

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  • TomLiotta
    ...it doesn't convert the message correctly.   Convert? To what?   Tom
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