how to take source code from mocha soft to as400 server ?

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I have developed a small project in Mocha Soft . I want to upload this code from Mocha Soft to IBM AS400 Server (V4R4). usually I use to take backup from server by using tape. Thanks in Advance .

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Forgive my ignorance, but I thought Mochasoft was a 5250 emulator? What do you mean by “developed a small project in MochaSoft”?

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  • TomLiotta
    I have to agree. I can't make sense out of the question. When I use MochaSoft to develop a "project", the work is already on the server. There is no need to transfer anything. So, I assume that the question implies that the Mocha emulator is the only known entry into the AS/400. Some source code has been created on the PC and needs to be uploaded. If so, then it's possible that FTP would be the preferred method. If V4R4 is accurate, directory shares might not work with newer versions of Windows. Tom
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    [QUOTE]directory shares might not work with newer versions of Windows.[/QUOTE] Agreed. May not even work with XP. =o
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