Does LAC support character codes other than UTF-8?
useing character codes that are not UTF-8 in DBs and APIs.
(For example: SIFT-JIS, EUC... They are Japanese character codes.)
Does the LAC support those character codes?
In other words, when using LAC, they do not garbled characters.
It is not supported by LAC, but JDBC driver will handle it.
The JDBC driver delivers UNICODE characters to LAC.
The driver and the database work together to convert a particular database record encoding into Unicode.
For some databases such as Db2 using certain code pages, such as CP1027, the driver expects the Java virtual machine to have support.
LAC has made available a CP1027 class for these instances when NOT using the IBM JVM.
When LAC sends the response JSON, it is encoded to UTF-8 for transmission back the client.
If problems occurs with specific DBs or drivers, CA support will investigate to the extent possible.