After Directory Change – STRPCPCM stopped working

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STRPCCMD command
This old command worked fine for many years.
STRPCCMD   PCCMD('+         
           RTOPCB +         
           GR-FILE02+     
           sys+            
           DEPT+           
           ACCT+           
           BPCSJEUPLOAD+  
           AMHB.DTF')
Now do to SarBox, we had to eliminate crossover users from accounting data. After changing the command to point to the new network location, it no longer works.
STRPCCMD   PCCMD('RTOPCB +                            
             Gr-File02sysDeptACCTAccounting - + 
             UnrestrictedAP - Accounts Payable - +   
             UnrestrictedBPCSJEUploadamhb.dtf') +   
             PAUSE(*NO)


Software/Hardware used:
Power 740 using V7R1
ASKED: September 16, 2013  3:52 PM
UPDATED: September 17, 2013  5:11 PM

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  • TomLiotta
    You show both minus ("-") and plus ("+") signs in your command text. Can you explain the purpose? Are the minus signs supposed to be actual path characters? Also, you say it "it no longer works", but you don't say why not. That is, you don't say what actually happens. Is there an error? If so, what is it? -- Tom
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