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Re: SBCS Primary w/ DBCS Secondary on V5R3?



fixed




Go to the V5R3 Information Center and select
Programming/Globalization/What's new for V5R3

The first item is what you are looking for.




                                                                           
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I am under the impression that with V5R3 we are now able to have DBCS
secondary languages on a system with an SBCS primary language. I even found
a reference to it in the midrange-l archives, stating that all V5R3 systems
are DBCS enabled.

However, I am having trouble confirming this in the IBM docs (sales manual,
Info Center, System Handbook). Can anybody point me to an IBM doc that
states this?

Thanks,
-Marty

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