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Conversion rule between Unicode and CP932 in Transcode Service business service (Doc ID 1486071.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 18, 2019

Applies to:

Siebel Financial Services CRM - Version [23012] and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


CP932 is a Japanese character set used in MS Windows Japanese OS. There is no logical relation between characters in CP932 and Unicode, so the conversion is done via mapping table. You can find the mapping table between CP932 and Unicode in (The Unicode Consortium).

CP932 is based on Shift_JIS but includes some extensions as follows:

- NEC special characters (Row 13)

- NEC selection of IBM extensions (Rows 89 to 92)

- IBM extensions (Rows 115 to 119)

Some characters in above extensions has the same symbols or Kanji characters and are mapped to the same code in Unicode. For example, 0xEEE0 and 0xFBFC in CP932 are the same kanji character and both are mapped to U+9AD9 in Unicode. This document shows a conversion rule on those special cases in Transcode Service business service.



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