• Subject: Re:CCSID 65535 Translation in Client Access Transfer Request
  • From: Eric Sundell PMI <ESundell@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2000 15:28:00 -0800

Create a text document called CWBTFR.INI with the lines:

[Client Access Data Transfer]
ForceTranslation=1;

Save this file in your C:\WINNT folder and reboot. This will force the file
transfer to convert CCSID 65535 files so they don't look like garbage.


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Subject:    CCSID 65535 Translation in Client Access Transfer Requests
Author: "mark.stepan@merrillcorp.com" [SMTP:mark.stepan@merrillcorp.com]
Date:       01/10/1900 8:36 PM

Can someone out there please clarify this CCSID stuff for me? Here's the
situation:

We have a computer that sits in the background and does nothing but file
transfers between our Novell/NT servers and the 400's. We starting moving
away
from the DOS version of Client Access in favor of the Windows 9x/NT version.
I
came across a nuance that reared its head in the Windows version where the
file
was all in HEX on the NT server pafter a download]. 
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