When you run the query below: SELECT ‘✘ РǻuľO Čєѕaя ™’ She is returning this: “?? Ulo C? To? ™” How to query return without truncating the text?
Answer Question | June 22, 2011 3:10 PM
SQL Query, SQL Server, SSMS, Unicode
We are upgrading to 9.0 JD Edwards where the unicode tables have CCSID = 13488; I still need them to work with legacy files, CCSID = 37. How can I get these 2 types of tables to interact within RPGLE (V6R1M0).
Answer Question | May 20, 2011 8:23 PM
AS/400, CCSID, JDE, RPGLE, Unicode
I repeatedly need to upload spreadsheet content and create physical files on our V5R4 iSeries box. Each time I run the create-new-file wizard, it scans the source data and, if a character is encountered in a data row, it defaults the data type to UNICODE. I want it to default to CHARACTER. Is there a [...]
Answer Question | October 19, 2010 3:33 PM
iSeries, Unicode, V5R4
I am working on a project to enable certain fields in the DB for unicode UTF-8. I have coded the affected DSPF with CCSID(1200) and recompiled, however the data is still displayed as gibberish. What am I doing wrong?
Answer Question | October 15, 2010 5:25 PM
CCSID, DSPF, iSeries, Unicode, UTF-8
I have an application that has the data stored in ucs2 fields. Moving the data from a ucs field to an alpha field works fine on our system. On another system, when one line is in English the data is fine, the next line being hebrew seems to be performing a move instead of a movel no [...]
Answer Question | April 23, 2010 2:51 PM
RPG Language Support, Unicode
Hi, I am working in a project where unicode enablement is required for an existing application and i am facing following issues: 1. Existing Display files use COMP, VALUES keywords with character fields e.g. VALUES(‘ABC’ ‘XYZ’ etc.) 2. CL programs are using Character variable for parameter passing, retrieving fields from data areas, data queues etc. 3. Printer [...]
Answer Question | April 21, 2010 10:13 AM
Client Access 5.7, DSPF, iseries v5r4, Unicode
We are upgrading from JDE A7.30 co-existance to Enterprise One. The database has been converted to Unicode. I have another application (Avantis) which integrates to DDM files on a second iSeries which does not use Unicode. How can I access/create these DDM files to appear non-unicode to the second iSeries?
Answer Question | March 18, 2011 4:17 PM
Avantis, iSeries, JDE, JDE E1 9.0, Unicode
How to make iseries display file display multilanguage characters.
Answer Question | July 15, 2009 7:36 AM
Character encoding, iSeries development, Multilingual support, Unicode
I’m trying to save a unicode utf8 string –> “سلام” in a feature of a featureclass, but it is saved like “????”.as ArcMap support different encodin and also Farsi that I’m working with, It should be possible through my program.but I didn’t find any way yet.anybody knows about this? feature = fc.CreateFeature(); feature.Shape = point; [...]
Answer Question | June 18, 2009 2:28 PM
.NET, ArcGIS, Unicode, UTF-8
how can i use gujarati fonts “indic” in vb?
Answer Question | October 9, 2008 2:52 AM
Gujarati fonts, Localization, Multilingual support, Unicode, VB, Visual Basic
How do I display the unicode for chinese in a domino field in edit mode. When I create a new document from an XML file containing chinese, the unicode for the chinese is still showing in the field in edit mode when first editing. As soon as I save the document again, the unicode converts [...]
Answer Question | September 26, 2008 11:17 PM
Character encoding, Domino 6.5, Localization, Lotus Domino 6.5, Lotus Domino 6.x, Unicode, XML
We have integrated mySAP successfully with a VB6 – COM based laboratory suite via the QM-IDI. Interoperation has been robust on 24 X 7 basis for over a year now. We are about to upgrade mySAP to Unicode. Will this affect the operation of the interface? Are there any special requirements or special settings needed [...]
Answer Question | June 26, 2008 11:09 PM
MySAP, QM-IDI, Quality assurance, Unicode, VB
Caveat – I am not an iSeries programmer(since 15 years ago), so please be very specific with your answer so that I can understand it. I am trying to print product labels with Simplified Chinese characters on a Zebra bar code printer from data retrieved from IBM iSeries (AS/400). The data for the label is [...]
Answer Question | May 14, 2009 7:10 PM
ASCII, CCSID, EBCDIC, iSeries, Unicode, UTF-8, XML
Help, please!We recently did a Unicode conversion (SAP 4.7 from SQL 2000 to 2005, and from 32 bit O/S to 64 bit also). We now find that even though in config the release strategy has the correct sequence, when the approver views the screen (via workflow or even ME52N) to a Purchase Requisition, the sequence [...]
Answer Question | April 3, 2008 4:03 PM
Release strategy sequence, SAP, SAP upgrades, SQL Server 2000, SQL Server 2005, Unicode
I am facing a problem.I have used "LPTSTR name" to accept the entries done in the textfield.I am accepting the entries in the form of a string. I want to make it unicode enabled.ie in whichever script the entries are made in the textfield i want to retrieve them in the script. Right now i [...]
Answer Question | March 14, 2008 6:18 AM
LPTSTR, Unicode, VC++