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If <var>XMLSCREENREPUC</var> is not specified and XMLSCREEN processing receives XML that contains characters that cannot be translated to EBCDIC, the request is cancelled. To prevent this, <var>XMLSCREENREPUC</var> can be set to a Unicode character that has a valid translation. For example, to replace non-translatable (to EBCDIC) Unicode characters to a question mark, specify <code>XMLSCREENREPUC X'3F'</code> on the <code>JANUS DEFINE</code> command for a port (since Unicode X'003F' is a question mark).   
 
If <var>XMLSCREENREPUC</var> is not specified and XMLSCREEN processing receives XML that contains characters that cannot be translated to EBCDIC, the request is cancelled. To prevent this, <var>XMLSCREENREPUC</var> can be set to a Unicode character that has a valid translation. For example, to replace non-translatable (to EBCDIC) Unicode characters to a question mark, specify <code>XMLSCREENREPUC X'3F'</code> on the <code>JANUS DEFINE</code> command for a port (since Unicode X'003F' is a question mark).   
 
==See also==
 
<ul>
 
<li>[[XMLSCREEN and NOXMLSCREEN (JANUS_DEFINE parameters)]]
 
<li>[[List of Janus commands]]
 
<li>[[JANUS DEFINE#parmlist|List of JANUS DEFINE parameters]]
 
</ul>
 
 
[[Category:JANUS DEFINE parameters|XMLSCREENREPUC]]
 
  
 
==See also==
 
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Revision as of 01:02, 6 August 2021

XMLSCREENREPUC xxx — Specify XMLSCREEN replacement character

Description

XMLSCREENREPUC is a parameter on the JANUS DEFINE command, which specifies a replacement Unicode character that is to replace any Unicode character that cannot be translated to EBCDIC in the XML input to XMLSCREEN processing.

The XMLSCREENREPUC parameter was introduced by a ZAP in Model 204 V7.8.

If XMLSCREENREPUC is not specified and XMLSCREEN processing receives XML that contains characters that cannot be translated to EBCDIC, the request is cancelled. To prevent this, XMLSCREENREPUC can be set to a Unicode character that has a valid translation. For example, to replace non-translatable (to EBCDIC) Unicode characters to a question mark, specify XMLSCREENREPUC X'3F' on the JANUS DEFINE command for a port (since Unicode X'003F' is a question mark).

See also