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Hello List,

B7332 SP13.3 NT4, AS/400 V4R4(CO) all Fat Clients with Client Access =
Express
V4R5 SF62213

We are not a live site just yet and within the last week we have =
suddenly
developed a worrying problem with the F9210. A user spotted that UTB
couldn't see data in the F3002 (BOM master) even though SQL showed =
there
were 53. Debug led me to the data item F$RP which it said had no F9210
record. In UTB when I open both F9200 and F9210 and compare them data =
items
in the F9200 have $ (dollar) signs in them but the equivalent ones in =
the
F9210 have =A3 (pound) signs.

ODBC was set correctly for DDB733 i.e. translate CCSID 65535. Looking
further on the AS/400 the settings on the tables in DDB733 were all 37
except for F9210 which was set to 65535. JDE confirmed that this =
matched
their set up.

Any ideas? Also, anyone know much about OW_DICT fix for SP11 onwards? =
There
seems to be little to show what problem it actually fixes but JDE =
suggested
I try that anyway.

Regards,

Graham.
Graham Jones
JDE Systems Manager
graham.jones@parkgroup.co.uk
0151 653 1700 ext 1109

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