FTP Exit Points

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I have created an FTP Exit Program to force specific users to use NameFmt 1 and their own home directory. I put the exit program in exit point QIBM_QTMF_SVR_LOGON format TCPL0200. I appears that the program is not being executed. Is there something I am missing? Thanks.
ASKED: March 12, 2007  10:19 AM
UPDATED: January 3, 2010  12:17 PM

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To pick up changes to the Exit point program you have to stop and restart the FTP server. ENDTCPSVR *FTP and then STRTCPSVR *FTP. or you could wait until you do an IPL…

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  • Phewes
    Thanks. I did do that. I even ran traces and it does not show that my exit program is being called.
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  • TomLiotta
    You ran traces on what? I often put code into such programs to send a simple message to a temporary 'debug' message queue. The message itself has attributes telling what job sent the message and when it was sent. The message text can be trivial. The appearance or lack of a message can tell a lot. And it's simple and reliable. Tom
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