By default, client data is translated from PC code pages to EBCDIC and back again when data is sent between the host and your client application. If you have data that you do not want translated, you can set the Don't Translate operation attribute to specify that in the Transaction Designer.
When set on an input, the input value supplied by the client for that element is not translated before it is sent to the host. When set on an output, the host response for that element is not translated before it is returned to the client output API.
You can only turn off translation only for data type PIC X(n) in a COBOL copybook. If you choose to disable translation for a specific element, make sure that the value meets the criteria as follows:
PIC X(n)where n = any alphanumeric character allowable from the character set of the computer.
|To disable translation|
|About COBOL Copybooks|
|Create a Client Operation|
|Set Operation Attributes|
|Using Elementary Item Input and Output Properties|