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I have a QM query that forms up a DB file. A physical file. A file that afterwards will be tranferred to the excel worksheet. All the source DB files (as well as all the records inside) that I use in the QM query are having the CCSID=297 (french). But the data itself stored in these DB files...
I want to create a US environment on a UK system by creating a locale object for the US with time zone set and using this object in the user profile. This works with the datefmt etc but it does not pick up the time zone. Will the application have to be changed to use this locale object?