CGIConvMode setting on V5R4 causes various issues for LANSA for the Web
|Date:||19 May 2006|
|Product/Release:||LANSA for the Web|
|Abstract:||CGIConvMode setting on V5R4 can cause various translation and SSL issues in LANSA for the Web|
|Submitted By:||LANSA Technical Support|
The CGIConvMode setting on V5R4 causes problems for LANSA for the Web applications. If the CGIConvMode setting is %%MIXED/MIXED%%, the following 2 issues can be generated:
- Certain character, for example "(" and "'" (single quote) can be mis-interpreted and returned as "M" and "}" respectively on the Web browser.
- SSL does not work properly in your LANSA for the Web application. Possible error message would be: EBCDIC_to_UTF8(): Exception MCH1235 occurred while converting TRACE DATA to the job CCSID.
Value 0 for CCSID not valid
In the short term, these problems can be circumvented by either commenting out the %MIXED/MIXED% directive or changing the directive to %EBCDIC/MIXED%
IBM has produced a PTF to resolve issues introduced by have the CGIConvMode set to %MIXED/MIXED%. Refer to http://www-912.ibm.com/a_dir/as4ptf.nsf/0/626a4f73de446c0b86257114005db5ae?OpenDocument