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RFC from c/c++ and UNICODE

Hi everybody,

I hope that this is the right place to ask this kind of question. my product is based on c/c++ programs, calling various FMs in SAP using librfc. I am supporting single-byte characters, i.e. latin-1, now checking the issue of supporting eastern languages, the so the plan is to have all the information in our side (c/c++) in UTF-8 encoding.

questions:

1. is it possible to send UTF-8 (or maybe another unicode encoding?) to librfc? how?

2. do I have to specify anything in order to do that?

3. do I have to use the 6.40 librfc version, and do I have to use the librfc unicode 6.40 version?

4. anything else I have to do?

thanks in advance

raanan

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2005 at 06:45 AM

    HI

    utf8 encoding in c/c++ is useful for developing rfc.you can guide the 8 bit coding or tool to enable utf8 to librfc.

    Then proceed another coding to 6.4o version. this will help.

    K.Balakrishnan

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