Great Dennis, thanks. That seems to be what I'm looking for.
My user profile uses *SYSVAL for the locale, and the sys attribute is *NONE.
So for locale specific stuff this means I'm getting '.' for decimal point
whereas the swedish locale, had my system been been set up to use it, really
is ','. So I can't use my current locale, I have to find out which one
My need is basically that I want to enable users who are using different
CCSIDs to be able to use locale specific functions, eg the regex functions.
(Curiousity: regerror() ignores the locale setting and always seem to return
data in CCSID 37 so for that I also have to convert the data back to
whatever CCSID the user job is running under).
2010/11/4 Dennis Lovelady<iseries@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
No need to hard code them (nor store them at all, for that matter).
You can use QUSLOBJ to obtain the locale names, and their associated CCSID.
Object type is *LOCALE.
Fear less, hope more,
eat less, chew more,
whine less, breathe more,
talk less, say more,
hate less, love more,
and all good things will be yours.
-- Swedish proverb
Does anybody of a place on the system where one can find a specific
object for a particular CCSID or language? There is such a table
the Qshell manual but I'd rather not have to hardcode all that myself.
CCSID Corresponding locale
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