Well 65535 is not really a CCSID - it really says not to use a CCSID. It means treat the data as a binary stream - so the answer in SQL is "CHAR(16) FOR BIT DATA"

I didn't know the syntax so I took the and pointed ACS at the DDS described file and had it generate the SQL definition.


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On Jan 5, 2019, at 6:02 PM, Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

How do I show the CCSID of 65535 for this line:

A IV 16 TEXT('Initialization vector')
A CCSID(65535)
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This does not work:
IV char(16), ccsid 65535, not null,

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