If you're running exit programs on the AS400 to control security and things are locked down tight then you'll need to do more. Contact your system admin for access.
But having said that.
Install Client access onto your PC.
You need object security on the file you're trying to upload to on the AS400
You need proper authority on the library or IFS directory to create/modify files.
*ALL authority. (No special authorities required)
Now uploading files is tricky these days.
You'll need to have an FDF file referenced in the upload config. the FDF file will be referenced when creating the file on the AS400.
If you don't have an .FDF file worked out you'll need to reference an existing file on the AS400 when creating the upload file layout.
Map a drive to an AS400 File share on the IFS.
If you have access to the IFS on the AS400 you could just drag and drop your pc file to the AS400 then access it from the IFS or copy it in to a physical file.
FTP the file to your AS400.
same authority issues need to be resolved but you can FTP the file to the IFS or to a library/file.member location.
Last Wiki Answer Submitted: September 17, 2008 7:47 pm by slack4002,680 pts.