These options allow you to specify certain options associated with the translation of data from the IBM i to the workstation.
The CCSID is fundamental to the proper operation of LANSA when connected to an IBM i system.
If you are installing an independent LANSA system and if you have any intention in the future of importing from an IBM i or using the "Deliver To" feature to an IBM i, then make sure that you choose the correct CCSID (Coded Character Set Identifier) information.
Once you have created objects in the Repository, do not change any information on this dialog.
Select the language you will use on your PC from the drop down list.
Defaults have been provided for certain languages. These defaults should provide the best option for translating data between the IBM i and the workstation. There should be no need to use custom settings unless you have specific instructions from your product vendor or system administrator. CCSID 1140 will be the default for languages that do not have a specific default.
Note: 11.0 SP5 introduced new default translation tables of ANSEBC1140/EBC1140ANS. These tables replace the use of QEBCDIC/QASCII. CCSID 1140 is identical to CCSID 037 except that the Euro (€) replaces ¤.
This change requires a change to the default for the DEFINE_OS_400_SERVER Built-In Function to use the new tables. The old tables corrupted some characters but there is a possibility that your use of the tables may actually require that corruption. You should review your use of this Built-In Function to determine if you are using the defaults and thus may have unwanted behavior with the new default tables.
CCSID 1140 supports the entire Windows 1252 character set except for the following characters:
The full set of characters supported is: