- --- Carey Evans <c.evans@clear.net.nz> wrote:


>And since I'll be redoing this, does anyone have any idea which CCSIDs
>are being used with tn5250?  I imagine most people on this list would
>be using 37, but I know there's people using 273 and 870 as well.

Dear Carey,

The IBM publication "AS/400 International Application Development"
(SC41-5603) has all of the pre-euro AS/400 code pages used worldwide listed
in its appendix F. It includes both EBCDIC and ASCII code pages and is
generally a very useful reference for performing the task you are planning
to tackle. It is available from the AS/400 online books web site
(http://as400bks.rochester.ibm.com) and then follow the path to the online

You can also get the info about where the Euro symbol was placed into the
new CCSID's from another IBM AS/400 focused web site that deals with Euro
issues (http://www.as400.ibm.com/euro/roadmap.htm).

Best of luck with the project.


Paul Tykodi
Director of Technical Services
LCI-Intermate US, Inc.

p: 603.431.0606 x115
f:  603.436.6432

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