FTP from z/OS PDS to server (how to add on .txt extension)

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FTP
MPUT
Partitioned Data Sets (PDS)
PDS
z/OS
I'm relatively new to FTP. Have written a JCL which will copy all members of a local PDS to a remote server. This process is somewhat successful, however all the same named filenames on the remote server reflect only the PDS member name (without any extension). Have used the LCD command to map to the local PDS and the CD command to map to the remote server directory, then the MPUT * command. How can I add a .TXT extension to each of the filenames (thereby, helps the end user to view them within Notepad) ? Thanks!
ASKED: May 11, 2008  10:04 PM
UPDATED: June 22, 2011  3:18 AM

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