Why bother with EBCDIC ? JSON is supposed to be UTF-8 and YAJL - for one - will handle that just fine.


Jon Paris

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On Dec 16, 2018, at 7:38 PM, Rich Dotson <rich_dotson@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:


I have a RPGLE REST program that receives orders in a JSON payload from our Salesforce application. It was working great until last week when they changed the content-type in the header from "text/json" to "application/json". The payload is now garbled and I believe that it is coming in as UTF-8 and is not being translated by the web server they way it was when the content-type was "text/json".

I've tried a few different coding techniques to convert the data received but haven't had any success. Can someone point me to example program that converts the data read in from StdIn from UTF-8 to EBCDIC?

Thanks,
Rich
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