Found my problem...thanks. RH

"Ryan Hunt" <ryan.hunt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
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I am getting data conversion mapping error (type 6: Numeric data that is
not
valid) when trying to use the LCASE function on a CHAR(30) column. The
only
difference I see between this column and other that I can LCASE is that it
is a CCSID 37 while the others are CCSID 65535.

CCSID means very little to me... It sounds like a collation option, but
as
an MS SQL DBA/DBD, I am used to database level collations...not column
level.

Is the CCSID blocking use of the LCASE function?



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