Justin wrote:
I have about 15 source files (~4000 members) that have CCSID 65535.
What's the least painful way to change to CCSID 37?
I tried both CHGPF and CHGSRCPF.
Both commands completed without error but didn't change the CCSID.

Justin -

You'll need to create new source physical files having CCSID(37) in another library and use the following command to populate them:

Note that if you ever had used SEU to create/edit source with a 5250 session defined using a CCSID other than 37,
that any variant characters (for example the pipe symbol ( | ) when created from a CCSID(500) session)
will translate to a different character in CCSID(37) unless you do the CPYSRCF command from a CCSID(500) 5250 session.

I know this from experience...


Check the job log to ensure that the copy had no errors.

Then rename the old source files (and keep them around just in case...), then move the newly created source files back to the original library.

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