I don't know if IBM is still doing this, but...
When we started converting, IBM advised us to open a PMR on
to UNICODE. There are a bunch of queries to be run and a bunch of
to be taken. Since DB2V7 is out of support, I don't know if
doing that any more.
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Subject: [DB2-L] Version 8 migration - UTF 8 characters, CCSID
We are DB2 V 7 on Z/OS and migrating to V 8. Our database objects
created with CCSID as EBCDIC.
What are all the tasks we have to perform in case if we have
international characters/UTF-8?. Do we need to change the DB2
CCSID to UNICODE or any specific tasks are needed from database
application point of view to accomodate all international
Thanks in advance!
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