As400 File Transfer to Windows

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How to transfer an IFS file from the AS400 to Windows using iSeries Client Access for Windows v5r3?
ASKED: February 20, 2009  5:28 PM
UPDATED: February 23, 2009  8:12 PM

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Use the iSeries Navigator which should have been installed with Client Access or FTP the file.

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  • NullFields
    IF this is a one-time transfer, Using iSeries Navigator probably works the best. If you are attempting to have this an automated production process, look into the CPYTOIMPF or CPYTOSTMF commands in a CL that is scheduled to run. Then the IFS location can be set up as a share on the windows client. This also works with with AIX clients.
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  • LBurkett99
    There are also the Data Transfer From/To iSeries Server options. With these you can define a data transfer, create an icon and launch the transfer on your schedule. You need to include/add the Data Access option of Client Access for the data transfer functions to be available.
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