The supports a single global file encoding type, which is set to
UTF-8 by default. This file encoding type applies to all text files for the following operations:
NOTE: This setting applies only to text files. Binary types, such as Avro, are not affected by the global file encoding type.
NOTE: If you change this setting, datasets that were imported under the former encoding type are no longer valid. Instructions are provided below for updating them.
Set the following parameter to the appropriate file encoding type:
NOTE: After you change the global encoding type, datasets that were imported under the old encoding type must be reloaded to the platform. For more information, see Update Sources.
After you have changed the global file encoding type, restart services. See Start and Stop the Platform.
You should try to create a dataset from source data of the selected encoding type.
After you have changed the global encoding type, datasets that were imported under the former encoding type are no longer valid.
Output files are written in UTF-8 encoding.