Although source data type is nvarchar and no matter the record is English or Chinese character, in DS, it is taken as varchar, but the length keeps the same.
For example, in ASE, a record is set to NVARCHAR(3), when the record is 3 Chinese characters. In DS mapping, 'source part' will automatically become VARCHAR(9), but in 'Query' and 'Target' part, it will become VARCHAR(3).
- SAP Data Services 4.2
- SAP Sybase ASE
char, nchar, SQL Anywhere, Sybase IQ , KBA , EIM-DS-EXE , Job Execution , Problem
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