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  • How to generate an UTF-8 file with LotusScript

    I've been trying to export text into an UTF-8 file with LotusScript. I've looked at the documentation and the following code (listed below) should output my text as UTF-8 but my Notepad++ says its ANSI. Dim streamCompanies As NotesStream Dim sesCurrent as New NotesSession Set streamCompanies =...

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  • French accent

    Hi everyone, SAP put a flat file in an AS/400 folder. The format is .csv (with UTF8 specification). When I use the command FTP in AS/400 to get it (User,passw,cd,get.....), every french accent is garbage. I changed the CCSD file, but nothing. I really need help.

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  • Store and retrieve data in UTF-8 on SQL Server 2005

    (Apologies:I put this question under Windows Server 2003 tag by mistake, so I copied and pasted it here where it should be) I am trying to store and retrieve data in UTF-8 on SQL Server 2005 and having problems. I manually type Greek (just for example) into the database and when I open the table...

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  • Parsing a XML file with Chinese Characters in AS/400

    I am working on a project which require to parse a XML file (in UTF-8 encoding) and put the value into a AS/400 physical file by using JAVA. However, one of the tags in XML may contain both Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese characters. The field in the physical file has already defined as...

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  • Transfer data file ‘PF’ from AS/400 to AIX

    I want to transfer data file 'PF' from AS/400 to AIX server,but i want to change the file type to UTF-8. please advice me how to do this. thanks

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  • How to display CCSID(1200) in a DSPF 5250

    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?

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  • Convert/Supress non UTF-8 to UTF-8 on as/400 while CPYTOSTMF

    Hi, I am generating XML from AS/400. I am doing following steps: Creating Flat File wiht RCDLEN (260) and CCSID 65535 (Default). I am reading data from some other Physical File. Putting data in between XML tags in required XML format and writing this record into Flat File. Now flat file contains...

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  • ArcGIS, .NET, Urgent! Please help

    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 =...

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  • How do you create a file containing Simplified Chinese characters (DBCS) and English in the same field on IBM iSeries IFS in UNICODE UTF-8 format?

    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...

    Tom P5 pointsBadges:
  • Sending emails in UTF-8 format using a BlackBerry

    A Blackberry Pearl user is sending emails for a gmail account. The emails are being sent in Windows-1252 format. How do I set it to send emails in a UTF-8 format?

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