5250 Terminal Setup
- National character set
- The values identify the various host character sets that
Host Integrator supports. The Design Tool uses this setting to choose a conversion
table that it uses to convert host characters (EBCDIC) into PC characters
(ANSI). This setting should match the national character set used by your
host system. If it doesn't match, then some characters, such as accents, may
not display correctly. See your host documentation for definitions of the
characters in each set. The default value is US English.
You can also define a custom code page. After creating the custom code page file, select Custom in the national character set list. A set of examples is included with Host Integrator; see Creating a Custom Code Page for details.
You can change the settings in the Terminal Setup dialog box if you have opened
a model but you are not connected to it.
- If you have no model open, this dialog box is unavailable.
- If you are connected to a model, the settings in this dialog box can be
viewed but cannot be changed.