Issue in email attachement from AS/400

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I use ESEND/ESNDMAIL to attach a spool file in the email. I have an issue where an ascii character automatically appears at

every page break place. Did'nt know how to avoid this character. Could anyone help in this regard.

ASKED: December 18, 2009  12:59 PM
UPDATED: December 30, 2009  3:34 PM

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Simple. Don’t create spooled files with page breaks. The ASCII page-break control character is translated from page-breaks in your spooled file.

Alternatively, read through the ASCII file and delete the characters you don’t want.

So, either don’t create the characters or remove them.

Tom

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  • Senthilm74
    'Simple. Don't create spooled files with page breaks' Tom, could you please suggest how we can create a spool file, without page breaks. We are stuck here as we need spool file to bundle it with ESEND. We attach this spool as .TXT format to send emails
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