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This is  in AIX and we have informatica installed on the box ..But there is an issue the application is not able to identify special characters.Doesnt know what is installed on AIX os (if it is utf8 or unicode)..I am giving the output of locale.
locale
LANG=en_US
LC_COLLATE="en_US"
LC_CTYPE="en_US"
LC_MONETARY="en_US"
LC_NUMERIC="en_US"
LC_TIME="en_US"
LC_MESSAGES="en_US"
LC_ALL=
Doesnt know from the above output if i is unicode or utf8 installed.If I need want to intstall utf 8 or unicode how can I do that as the O.S  is  not able to see special characters..Please provide all the steps as how we can do this

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and also let me know how can I install utf8 and unicode or configure it
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woolmilkporc earned 250 total points
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Hi,
Informatica uses (afaik) the ICU4C library (Unicode) , which is installed in AIX by default.
But check with
lslpp -l ICU4C.rte
whether it's actually there. I'm rather sure that it is, but if it's missing use "smitty install" to install from your installation CDs/DVD
ICU4C.rte
and if you're going to develop your own Unicode-based applications with ICUC, install as well
ICU4C.adt
Check and change (if needed) the setup of your Informatica server. (Server Configuration -> Compatibility -> UNICODE -> Apply)
As for UTF-8, please check with
lslpp -l "bos.loc.com*"
whether "bos.loc.com.utf" is installed, and check with
locale -a
whether "EN_US.UTF-8" is present.
If it isn't (which I assume) use "smitty mle_add_lang" -> "LANGUAGE translation to install" -> (select "UTF-8      English (United States) [EN_US]")
to install  it from your OS installation CDs/DVD.
For the new packages to be fully integrated into your system you'll have to reboot.
Good luck!
wmp
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