DBCS File Transfer Settings

The following table shows the effects that the DBCS file transfer settings NOSO, SO, and User Mode have on the characters SO (hex 0E), SI (hex 0F), RS (hex 1E) and US (hex 1F) when they appear in files sent to or received from the host.

NOSO
(Sending)

SO
(Receiving)

User Mode
(Receiving)


Effects on File

Selected

n/a

n/a

RS/US (hex 1E and hex 1F) characters are removed when the PC file is sent to the host.

SO/SI (hex 0E and hex 0F) characters are not sent to the host when a transition to or from single-byte to double-byte format is detected.

Cleared

n/a

n/a

RS/US (hex 1E and hex 1F) characters are converted to SO/SI (hex 0E and hex 0F), respectively when the file is sent to the host.

SO/SI (hex 0E and hex 0F) characters are converted to NUL when the file is sent to the host.

Note: This character translation can be edited using the 3270 Single-byte Translation Table Editor (Edit3270.exe).

n/a

Selected

Cleared

SO/SI (hex 0E and hex 0F) characters are converted to RS/US (hex 1E and hex 1F), respectively, when the host file is received.

n/a

Selected

Selected

SO/SI (hex 0E and hex 0F) characters are kept intact when the host file is received.

n/a

Cleared

Cleared

The host file is received from the host as is, with no changes.

n/a

Cleared

Selected

The host file is received from the host as is, with no changes.

Related Topics

CMS Advanced Options Dialog Box

TSO Advanced Options Dialog Box

CICS Advanced Options Dialog Box