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Character Encoding using IBM's ICU4J

 
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we are looking to encode a string in CP423 format to handle greek characters and we are unable to use ICU4J jar to do this. How can i implement this jar to do this. Please provide us some sample code or tell us which method should invoke to do this.

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I don't see anything relevant to IBM or Websphere in that question. It's just about ICU4J, so let's move it to the "Other Open Source" forum.
 
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Hi Mohan,

Can you give us some more detail of the problem? Input/Output, what technologies are involved...
 
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Hi Martijn,

Technology is IBM Websphere Business Integration(WBI 4.3) which is on JDK1.4 version.

Problem: Greek Character from Mainframe system in CP423 encoding format needs to be sent to the target application as it is. But in this case when this Greek character enter into WBI its automatically converted into UTF-8 which need to be encoded into CP423.

I am looking for some classes that can do this encoding. Please let me know if you required any additional information.

Thanks.
 
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Hi Mohan,

Without knowing anything about the product, are you able to build a plugin or something that will capture the output so you can re-encode it? The std Java I/O and NIO libraries can then solve this for you.
 
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