• Subject: Re: Fw: forcing native access with websphere and toolbox
  • From: Pluta@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 12 Nov 1999 12:01:48 -0600

Alex Garrison wrote:

One of the things the performance guide recommends is to  change your
physical files to use ccsid 13488 (unicode) for all character  data.  This
is supposed to speed things (...)
While I see how the conversion would benefit your Java programs, I do have
a certain concern... unicode requires two physical bytes of storage for
each character.  If you have large character fields, this could
significantly increase your DASD requirements.

Also, what's the legacy system downside?  Doesn't this actually ADD
conversion requirements to legacy systems?

There is a certain sense of "baby with the bathwater" in switching the
storage technique for character data in order to improve performance.


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