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Loading SWIFT msgs from PC to mainframe using Connect Direct

 
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Paulk

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PostPosted: Wed Apr 26, 2006 10:37 pm    Post subject: Loading SWIFT msgs from PC to mainframe using Connect Direct
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I am loading a file of Swift messages to the mainframe from a network using C : D. I want to have one Swift message per record on the mainframe. However I cannot stop the Swift field delimiter X'0D25' acting as a record delimiter so I end up with 1 swift message spread over many records on the mainframe each record containing one field of the swift message. Each Swift message on the PC is delimited by a '$' sign.
So basically I want C : D to treat the x'0D25' as data and use the '$' as the delimiter. Can anybody help please.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 12:02 am    Post subject: Re: Loading SWIFT msgs from PC to mainframe using Connect Di
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Have you considered pulling in the data in binary mode, and then translating it from ASCII to EBCDIC using your own translation algorithm?
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