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EBCDIC format

The client is requesting an report with EBCDIC format. Is it possible in Talend? Thank you

 

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Re: EBCDIC format

in commercial version

request from Talend more information about Talend Data Mapper.

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Re: EBCDIC format

Mainframe ... I suggest looking at the IBM Toolbox for Java / JTOpen is a library of Java classes supporting the client/server and internet programming models to a system running OS/400, i5/OS, or IBM i.

https://sourceforge.net/p/jt400/wiki/Home/


If you wanna go deep and do it yourself:
http://demo.icu-project.org/icu-bin/convexp?s=JAVA

Enjoy!

 

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Re: EBCDIC format

all depends from real business case (what real needs, tasks and goals).

 

always possible organize process for delegate parts for most relevant tools.

 

For example

- Mainfraims have database (which is could be DB2 in most cases), Talend support it

- Mainframes supports IBM MQ, Talend as well support it

 

So it possible todo in Talend what Talend can, and use DB2 or MQ as interface

 

Of course - possible todo all with different libraries ... but this is would be also not a Talend

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Re: EBCDIC format

My data source is hadoop (hive tables). Is it possible to output a text file in EBCDIC format? Thank you

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Re: EBCDIC format

Yes convert encoding ( utf-8 -> CCSID1208 ), look at my first post
Or at IBM side import with the correct encoding and ask if they import at DB2 or SAS...