>On Mon, 21 May 2012 13:59:49 -0400
>Alan Altmark <Alan_Altmark@us.i...> wrote:
>> On Monday, 05/21/2012 at 01:39 EDT, "Smith, Ann (ISD, IT)"
>> <ann.smith@theh...> wrote:
>> > Is there a standard translation table that can be specified with zOS
>> > to a linux server (SITE XLATE = ...) to allow translation of
>> > such as cent sign ?
>> Linux is ISO 8859-1 (code page 819).
Side note: translation tables really only meaningfully apply to TEXT mode
transfers. If you transfer in binary mode, your client/server SHOULD NOT
be doing ANY translation -- by using binary mode, you implicitly told it
not to translate.
If you've got a file already transferred in binary mode, you'll have to
use some external utility to translate it.