For EDIFACT encoded interchanges, you can set the character set for a party by setting the UNB1.1 party property in the UNB Segment Definition property page for the party as interchange receiver.
The encoding used in an incoming interchange is determined by the value of the UNB1.1 field in the header of the interchange.
This topic indicates which character sets are supported in the EDIFACT features of BizTalk Server:
|UNOA||As defined in ISO 646 (with the exception of letters, lowercase a to z).
|UNOB||As defined in ISO 646
|UNOC||As defined in ISO 8859-1: Information processing – Part 1: Latin alphabet No. 1.|
|UNOD||As defined in ISO 8859-2: Information processing – Part 2: Latin alphabet No. 2.|
|UNOE||As defined in ISO 8859-5: Information processing – Part 5: Latin/Cyrillic alphabet.|
|UNOF||As defined in ISO 8859-7: Information processing – Part 7: Latin/Greek alphabet.|
|UNOG||As defined in ISO 8859-3: Information processing – Part 3: Latin alphabet.|
|UNOH||As defined in ISO 8859-4: Information processing – Part 4: Latin alphabet.|
|UNOI||As defined in ISO 8859-6: Information processing – Part 6: Latin/Arabic alphabet.|
|UNOJ||As defined in ISO 8859-8: Information processing – Part 8: Latin/Hebrew alphabet.|
|UNOK||As defined in ISO 8859-9: Information processing – Part 9: Latin alphabet.|
|UNOX||Code extension technique as defined by ISO 2022 utilizing the escape techniques in accordance with ISO 2375.
ISO-2022-JP character set
|UNOY||ISO 10646-1 octet without code extension technique.|
|KECA||A to Z
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