PowerExchange for CDC and Mainframe 10.4.0 HotFix 1
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Report 2 : Power Exchange control table for ICU code pages ========================================================== NUM_STATIC_CODEPAGES = 41 number of ICU code pages = 300 ------------------------------ NUMBER_OF_CODEPAGES = 341 Min : Minimum bytes per character Max : Maximum bytes per character In : Increment to column size on top of standard formula column_size = to_max / (float)fr_min + 0.5) Al : Number of aliases L : Length of the space character Space : Hex of the space character used to pad CHAR columns Flag 1 : S = Are States Used Flag 2 : U = Endianness Unknown Flag 3 : A = ASCII, E = EBCDIC Flag 4 : P = SQL is parsable without translation Flag 5 : L = Lower case not standard for ASCII/EBCDIC SQL Flag 6 : X = Supplemental characters beyond UCS_2 plain CPN Converter name Min Max In Al L Space Flags PMlocale PowerCenter Name --- -------------- --- --- -- -- - ----- ----- -------- ----------------- 041 UTF-8 1 3 0 10 1 20 A P X UTF-8 UTF-8 encoding of Unicode 042 UTF-16 2 2 2 0 2 0020 U X UTF-16 UTF-16 encoding of Unicode 043 UTF-16BE 2 2 0 11 2 0020 X UTF-16BE UTF-16 encoding of Unicode (Big Endian) ....
PowerExchange code page number.
ICU converter name.
Minimum bytes per character.
Maximum bytes per character.
Increment added to the buffer size in addition to the standard formula. This increment allows space for leading escape sequences on code pages.
Number of aliases for this code page.
Length of the space character.
Hexadecimal value of the space character that is used to pad CHAR columns.
Flag 1 : States
Set to S if state bytes are used. For example:
Flag 2 : Endianness unknown
Set to U if the code page takes a different meaning depending on the endian format of integers. For example, UTF-16 on Windows means UTF-16LE, but UTF-16 on z/OS means UTF-16BE.
Flag 3 : ASCII / EBDIC
Set to A if characters 0 through 9 and A through Z are compatible with 7-bit ASCII.
Set to E if characters 0 through 9 and A through Z are compatible with standard EBCDIC, such as IBM-37.
Flag 4 : Parsable without translation
Set to P if the invariant SQL characters are consistent with the standard for the ASCII / EBCDIC type.
This flag is used within the ODBC layer to determine whether SQL is understandable on that system. For example, if PowerCenter passes SQL in IBM EBCDIC Japanese CP939 to a Windows program compiled in code page ISO-8859, the SQL must be translated into an ASCII code page before key words like “select,” “from,” “where” can be recognized.
Flag 5: Lower case non-standard
Set to L if lowercase a to z characters are not consistent with standard EBCDIC such as IBM-37. This problem affects some Japanese code pages. Sometimes this problem is handled by forcing SQL into uppercase before converting it.
Flag 6: Supplemental Characters
Set to X if the code page includes supplemental characters beyond UCS_2.
Name of the code page as it is understood by PowerCenter.
PowerCenter name of the code page. Data can be passed between PowerExchange and PowerCenter in this code page.
Updated April 08, 2021