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CCSID problem on iDB2DataAdapter

Hello,

I'm trying to query our JD/Edwards database via a iDB2DataAdapter. I
get the correct number of rows after the fill command but the items in
the dataset are converted to system.array.

The database has CCSID = 65535. This is default by JD/Edwards, so we
can not change this. Does someone knows how to convert this? In the
ODBC driver you can check the force translate box. Is their a property
for the iDB2Connection that behaves the same ?

Does anyone knows how to solve this ?
Thx in advance...

Kristof Bonnast
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Hello,

I'm trying to query our JD/Edwards database via a iDB2DataAdapter. I
get the correct number of rows after the fill command but the items in
the dataset are converted to system.array.

The database has CCSID = 65535. This is default by JD/Edwards, so we
can not change this. Does someone knows how to convert this? In the
ODBC driver you can check the force translate box. Is their a property
for the iDB2Connection that behaves the same ?

Does anyone knows how to solve this ?
Thx in advance...

Kristof Bonnast
Nov 12 '05 #2
Hi Kristof,

We have the same issue. We have JDE OneWorld and we are trying to use
iDB2DataAdapter. Did you ever get a resolution to this problem?

Thanks,
Stuart Smith

Nov 12 '05 #3

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