Thank you Kevin. Danny, Henrik, and Justin.

Clearly, lesson 56 is to be learning about ccsid.

Also, IE. hmmmm Good tip. I tried IE 11 and discovered the data on http://ventures.martinvt.com/ did not show up with IE either. Apparently it only works in Firefox.

Again, thank you all for the pointers. Very much appreciated.



On 11/11/2016 3:28 AM, Kevin Turner wrote:
It shouldn't have any problem as long as the data is correctly encoded. With JSON the typical mistake is with the braces ({}) especially when hardcoded in RPG source. If your job ccsid is 37 (using the US example) and your source files is ccsid 37 then what you key in will look fine in the source and any file you spew out to the IFS, but that doesn't mean that it actually is correct when converted by Apache to (for example) UTF-8. We never hardcode those characters for that reason. It would be useful to see what Booth gets on the browser and if indeed it is the braces that are screwed.

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>On 11 Nov 2016, at 09:00, Henrik Rützou<hr@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
>I have had the same problem with IE loading external XML via AJAX into DOM
>
>On Fri, Nov 11, 2016 at 9:30 AM, Kevin Turner<kevin.turner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>wrote:
>
>>"First, its telling me the file is badly formed and points to row 1,"
>>
>>What is "it" in this sentence? Your browser? If so what does the JSON
>>look like when it is downloaded? For example you can use the Google Chrome
>>developer tools - Network tab to look at it.
>>
>>Sounds to me like you have a ccsid issue with the file.
>>


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