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PostPosted: Tue Jul 12, 2016 10:49 am    Post subject: changing z/os unicode conversion service
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hello
for some reason, i am trying to change 1097 ccsid to utf-8 conversion in z/os unicode conversion service. in some of books i read them, they are telling me that for change single byte ccsid to multi byte ccsid (ex utf-8),that is enough to change double byte ccsid who multi byte ccsid used it. so,
for this goal, i changed ccsid 1097 to ccsid 13488 mapping table. with this change, i am able to convert 1097 to utf-16 correctly but chenges have not any effect in utf-8.
can any body telling me why this solution not work correctly?
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