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    Oct 19
    2009

    DB2 on z/OS 1.10 - unicode ?

    Nenad Vidak
    Hello,
    a bit off topic:

    "Starting in z/OS® V1R7, the Unicode environment can be dynamically updated.
    Callers can invoke Unicode services and the tables required for respective
    service will be loaded as they are referenced. The operator can also update
    the environment with the SETUNI command to add, delete, or replace tables."

    Meaning that the operator is no more required to generate an initial UNI
    image via CUNJIUTL job?

    Regards, Nenad

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    Max Scarpa
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    Hi Nenad

    When I was migrating from V7 to V8 I discovered it (we were in z/OS 1.9)..
    Anyway we asked it to IBM support and we were told we had to build UNI
    image.

    Actually I'm not sure you have to do it, in our sandbox we had UNICODE
    services even without building any UNI image, but we decided to follow
    IBM's suggestions. Take a look in DB2-L archives, I sent a post about this
    topic this year or last year.

    Max Scarpa


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    Hello,
    a bit off topic:

    "Starting in z/OS® V1R7, the Unicode environment can be dynamically
    updated.
    Callers can invoke Unicode services and the tables required for respective
    service will be loaded as they are referenced. The operator can also
    update
    the environment with the SETUNI command to add, delete, or replace
    tables."

    Meaning that the operator is no more required to generate an initial UNI
    image via CUNJIUTL job?

    Regards, Nenad

    _____________________________________________________________________

    * IDUG North America * Tampa, Florida, * May 10-14 2010 *
    http://IDUG.ORG/NA *
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    Lizette Koehler
    [Scana Corporation]
    Your MVS Sysprog should be able to verify that you have all the parts setup in PARMLIB and LINKLST to make this work. There has been a lot of discussion on this topic over in IBM-MAIN. If you search the IBM-Main archives you will be able to find the details on how this works.


    Once it is setup, then the answer to your question should be YES.
    Lizette

    >
    > Hello,
    > a bit off topic:
    >
    > "Starting in z/OS® V1R7, the Unicode environment can be dynamically updated.
    > Callers can invoke Unicode services and the tables required for respective
    > service will be loaded as they are referenced. The operator can also update
    > the environment with the SETUNI command to add, delete, or replace tables."
    >
    > Meaning that the operator is no more required to generate an initial UNI
    > image via CUNJIUTL job?
    >
    > Regards, Nenad

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