Moving a PDF file from the IFS directory to a Windows server

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IFS
IFS Directory
IFS Folder
OS400 Upgrade
PDF conversion
Spool files
Windows Server
We are converting a spool file into a PDF report and storing it in the IFS directory. We are trying to MOV or CPY from the IFS directory (/POREPORTS/') to the windows server. ('/QNTC/SKYWALKER/POARCHIVE')  I get the following error: The CCSID of the target file could not be set to match the CCSID of the Source file. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!



Software/Hardware used:
iSeries, OS400

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  • TomLiotta
    When you view the .PDF attributes, what CCSID was used in creating it? The WRKLNK command, option 8, "Display attributes", will show the CCSID as the 'Coded character set ID' value. What was used to create the .PDF? What is your QCCSID system value? Tom
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