creates the double-byte character set translation table. This table translates all double-byte data during a file transfer. This parameter has no default and is required. The DBCS parameter data begins in column one and is terminated with the END statement.
The following example shows the syntax for the DBCS parameter.
f1 denotes the first byte of the FROM DBCS character.
f2 is the second byte of the FROM DBCS character.
t1 is the first byte of the TO DBCS character.
t2 is the second byte of the TO DBCS character.
The following example translates x'89A1' to x'B0ED', x'89A2' to x'B0EE', x'89A5' to x'B0EF', and so on to x'D37B' to x'C8F0'.