At 04:37 PM 9/9/99 -0500, you wrote:
>Alright, I knew this would happen, and it did today.
>We have an OE system on the PC that folks enter orders on. Then, we take
>this data, put it into and EDI format and FTP the file to the AS/400 where
>the order is processed and billed.
>Well, some of our Canadian Companies (most likely in Quebec) are using
>special characters when entering these orders in. When they get to the
>AS/400, needless to say they turn into garbage (X'3A' for the most part).
>Anyone have any ideas on how this can be solved? Can the AS/400 show
>characters such as an "e" with an accent, and if so is there a way to
>specify a table when a file is FTP'd to the AS/400?
>Bradley V. Stone
I've seen this before. in spanish the n with a tilda.
It had something to do with national language support
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