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Can File Adpater read EBCDIC file on the sender side

Hi ,

I Have file to Proxy scenario and on the sender side I have EBCDIC file can file adpater can read it into normal text format can any one suggest me how to encode the file

Thanks Inadvance

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2007 at 07:18 AM

    yes it can...go to the file encoding paramter in sender file adapter and give value as <b>CP037</b>.......

    with this encoding paramter it reads the file in the EBCDIC format then in the file reciever adapter give which format as receving file.

    else you write and Moduel whcih converts the EBCDIC format to ASCII in the sender side itself.

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    • Former Member Nisar Khan

      Hi ,

      Since my scenario is File to Proxy I need to send data to Proxy I cant send it in EBCDIC format ..... So I want data to bein normal text format........

      I am looking for it .........

      for EJB do you have any piece of code... that will be helpfull

      Thanks Inadvance....

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 11:11 AM

    Hi Nisar,

    Thanks for your help. Can tell me one thing is the module is executed after the call adapter or before the call adapter.(I mean exactly before FCC or after)

    And I have one more issue in another scenario I need to convert the data from ASCII to EBCDIC on that target side

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