Actually 1122 is identical to 37....
So all bytes are left unchanged when applying this conversion.
I have a feeling, that 437 must be somewhere...

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Elvis Budimlic [mailto:ebudimlic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Wednesday, September 21, 2005 5:15 PM
> To: 'C programming iSeries / AS400'
> Subject: RE: [C400-L] Local characters encoding problem
> 00037 should be "to", so that makes 1122 as "from".  
> I would have thought ASCII is 00437 CCSID, but you know best 
> what CCSID it
> comes in.  Now that I think about it 00437 may be just 
> English ASCII and it
> sounds like you may be dealing with non-English ASCII CCSID.
> Elvis
> -----Original Message-----
>  Subject: RE: [C400-L] Local characters encoding problem
> Here's misunderstanding. If I have a byte 0xYY, that came to 
> a job, having
> CCSID of, say, 1122. I know, that the PC program sent letter 
> "Ä" in ASCII
> and it have become 0xYY on the AS/400. If I will manage to 
> convert it to "Ä"
> again, then everyhing is OK.
> So I assumed, that rather TOCCSID must be job's CCSID and FROMCCSID is
> unknown....
> My job's CCSID is nice 00037, but is it "from" or "to"?
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