We create conversion programs for every upgrade of our software.  This program
renames the PFs, creates an updated version and then copies data from the old to
the new.

One of our clients run these conversion programs, and their PFs end up with a
CCSID of 875, which is the correct code for Greek characters. But after the CPYF
even though both the old and new have a CCSID of 875 the Greek character 'A'
disappears in the new file and cannot be seen on query screens or on any

Any ideas why this problem is occurring?



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