How do you transfer files from AS/400 to windows with dynamic folders using CONNECT:DIRECT?

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Is there a way to transfer AS/400 files to a WINDOWS server that has folders that changes everyday and vice versa using connect direct?
ASKED: March 3, 2011  10:57 AM
UPDATED: March 3, 2011  11:04 PM

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  • NullFields
    The CONNECT library has the command CDSND. Here is an example of what that command might look like: CDSND SNODE(node id as configured) SNODENVIRN(windows) FDSN(library/file) TDSN(\serverfolderfolder...) FMSYSOPTS(options) TOSYSOPTS(options) SNODEID(user and pw) TDISP(current disposition) The help available on the command should help you get started.
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    [...] 8. CharlieBrowne and NullFields lent helping hands to Jynkxz, who was wondering how to transfer files from AS/400 to Windows with dynamic folders using Connect:Direct. [...]
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