moving file from ifs into qgpl

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How is this accomplished ? thx.

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  • CharlieBrowne
    It depends on the type of data that is on the IFS You might use CPYFRMSTMF, CPYFRMIMPF, CPYFRMPCD Or you might just access the data in an RPGLE program Or you could use FTP Can you be more specific on exactly what you want to do? Thanks
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  • TomLiotta
    The tag on your question says "IFS Directory" and also "iSeries Folder". That doesn't make much sense since the question title refers to "QGPL". Is there any chance you can tell us exactly what you need to do? Technically, "QGPL" is an IFS directory that is being referred to with a specific naming convention; but I'm sure you have something very specific in mind. -- Tom
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