Unicode on AS/400 RPGLE

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AS/400
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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).

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AS/400 V6R1M0, JDE 9.0

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  • TomLiotta
    You shouldn't have to "do" anything other than normal programming. That is, what problems are you running into? If your tables have correct definitions and your jobs run under a proper job CCSID, most things should work. Tom
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  • bvining
    Please define what you mean by "work with legacy files". It's currently too broad of a question to help you out, so some specific examples would help us help you.
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  • IanSimmons
    I don't know for absolute certain, but you shouldn't have too many problems other than this: if you have written RPG code, i.e. outside of EnterpriseOne itself, you'll need to recompile and test the programs. So for example, a description column that used to be 50 characters may now be DOUBLE that in a physical program buffer; external data structures also will have changed. Quite apart from level checks, you may get overflows in SQL fetches.
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