At my previous employer, I changed it midday also. Was running JDE World,
Kronos, Infinium, Island Pacific, and more.
I, too, survived.
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Sent: Saturday, February 15, 2014 7:46 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: Data Transfer from i series to excel file or display give
hexadecimal values fro date
Keep in mind that Oracle says no one should be running with a CCSID of
65535 in their job.
Again, as one person says, ask the vendor what you should be doing.
Ok, so now someone says "but how do I change the job ccsid for weird jobs
like odbc, etc?". You can do what many of us did:
Many of us did it midday, during the middle of production. No problem.
Now, Chuck Pence had a caution about this, but I can't remember the details
and I lived. So you'll have to look that up yourself.
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