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I am recently digging into iSeries Access for Web on V5R4. In the SQL interface some of the results come up in Hex EBCDIC due to the file table on iSeries being in CCSID 65535 (HEX no conversion). Is there a way to force CCSID 65535 to convert like in Client Access file transfers ?
how to write a subrouting to perfome ripple sort on the elements of a character array. this character is called A and must be the parameter of the subroutine. information about whether the array starts at 0 or 1 as well as the size is not known. the sorted array must be available to the caller once...