FTP OUTFILE WITHOUT SAVEFILE

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Hello...I am trying to FTP an outfile (DSPOBJD of a library) from one AS400 to another. My constraint is that I cannot use a save file because of OS version/release mismatch between the two systems. A simple "put" or creating an outfile at the target before "put" is not working. Is there any other way?

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  • ShalomC
    Hey, OS/400 supports transfer of save files between different versions and releases, up to a point. What is the sending system's version and what is the receiving system's version?
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  • Larrythethird
    Have you tried using a third system? FTP to you PC and then to the target system.
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  • KajBre
    Would be good to know first, which OS/400 op.sys versions/releases you are using ? Then, are you sure it's not a problem with user rights to be able to create the output file on target system ? Can you supply any detailed error messages ? Kaj Bredenberg
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  • Techlew
    I believe you are running into an issue with the SAV* commands and different versions. You can SAVLIB, for example, to selected previous versions to a SAVFile and then FTP this to the other machine that is at the previous version.
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