FTP from AS400 with V5R2

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We just recently upgraded from V4R3 to V5R2. We have FTP data exchanges with business partners that send to non-iSeries computers. Since the upgrade, SENDSITE command in FTP does not work the same. We are trying to specify the file record and block length and the statements in the script we are using have started erroring out since the upgrade. Does anyone know what FTP command we should be using now to accomplish this? There doesn't appear to be anything in the FTP manual about this, and the statements we tried after using the manual have not solved the problem.
ASKED: October 27, 2004  8:10 PM
UPDATED: November 1, 2004  2:06 PM

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I think SENDSITE may be an in-house written or third party command.

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  • Gregb2468
    It is a command listed in the iSeries FTP manual, but the function of the command appears to have changed between V4R3 and V5R2. We are just trying to find out the command and the syntax for controlling the file blocking and length in an FTP script.
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