• Restore Job Schedule entry to iSeries box.

    How to restore or FTP the Job Schedule Entries (only certain nos) from one iSeries Server to another iSeries Server? Thanks in advance.

    Harish.kuolkhere190 pointsBadges:
  • Configure SFTP on iSeries

    I believe someone has a document how to configure SFTP on the iSeries. Is is possible for someone to email me this document.

    Cavan1235 pointsBadges:
  • User Exit Program for TELNET

    Does anyone know if a User Exit Program exists out there for TELNET application? I developed one for FTP, but was unaware that TELNET did not fall under this application. Also, aside from TELNET, and FTP, are there other ways that people can get into the AS/400 that I need to develop exit programs...

    Piano520 pointsBadges:
  • Secure FTP on iSeries/AS/400

    What is the difference in terms of command to use between using standard FTP and secure FTP on the iSeries/AS/400 v5r3? Please send some sample code. Thanks a lot in advance.

    Chc22515 pointsBadges:
  • Secure file transfer on AS/400

    Can I do secure file transfer FTP/S or HTTPS, unattended on the AS/400, without a 3rd party package? Is the capability there?

    Cgraves5 pointsBadges:
  • FTP vs Web Services in AS/400

    We are planning to replace the FTP process with Web Services in AS/400. Any inputs on the same will be appreciated. Also please let us know the pros and cons using Web Services over FTP in AS/400.

    Dappis5 pointsBadges:
  • Creating multiple files from a single code base and FTP.

    This is a two part question. I'm looking to use a COBOL program to create multiple files in a standard library. Is there a way to programatically write multiple files from a single program. I had someone indicate that I could call to CL instream and actually create multiple files on the fly. Second...

    Bew30 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries SFTP

    Can you please tell me the format for the SFTP command to be able to include the username & password. I have tried something like this: SFTP username/password@servername.com.au But with no success........thanks

    Mitchb145 pointsBadges:
  • Can I FTP an AS/400 file with different record lengths?

    Hi I have created an AS/400 file with record length of 100. I am writing to this file a header record which I want to be length 80 (I am writing spaces to the end of the record to pad it out to 80) a number of detail records of length 100 (there again I am padding it with spaces) and a trailer...

    Rachel9965 pointsBadges:
  • How can I execute a batch job on a network server from an AS/400 FTP session

    How can I execute a batch job on a network server from an AS/400 FTP session?

    Roncadet25 pointsBadges:
  • iSeries SFTP

    How do you setup for secured FTP? Can the process be automated like normal FTP?

    Mitchb145 pointsBadges:
  • Alternative to FTP for file transfer to iSeries (AS/400)

    I've been tasked with attempting to find a better alternative to FTP for transfering files from an FTP server to the iSeries. The files being transferred are based on a server that is being replaced and the manager of infrasturucture does not wish to put FTP on the new box. The current process uses...

    Pmc95 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 and connecting via ssh or using sftp to retrieve files.

    Hi, Can someone tel me if the AS400 supports sftp access, we have an application that we wish to call an AS/400 to retrieve files. The question is will the AS/400 allow sftp. Currently it allows ftp but this will be non encrypted. Thanks

    Giggletoes5 pointsBadges:
  • FTP to a PC from the ISeries

    I have read on numerous web sites that in order to FTP from the ISeries to a PC, that PC must have a FTP server running on it. Is that correct or is there a way around this?

    Burtmis100 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 FTP to Host: Getting 530 Error Msgs

    I'm having a problem when i try to reach a host server via AS400 FTP. I have configured the host, the TCP interface, TCP route and start the connecting. I can PING the remote host via the 400. when i start the FTP i get "connection established" when i try to log in i get the error message "530 log...

    Lacag100 pointsBadges:
  • How to define a job to a file so when the file is updated the job is submitted

    How do I define a job to a file so when the file is updated the job is submitted. The file must first capture all records before the job is submitted. An FTP job will populate the file.

    aderene180 pointsBadges:
  • Configuration for SFTP between iSeries/400 and Windows Server

    I am trying to configure a Windows Server to accept a SFTP connection from an iSeries/400.  I can use SFTP between two iSeries machines but a connection to a Windows machines is rejected.  The connection is setup to use a private and public keys and no password.  What should I look for in...

    RichK1151125 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 SFTP Keys and User Profile

    We're trying to make SFTP work on 7.1 as a client. Few questions: 1. Is it best practice to setup different keys for each host that we'll be sending files to? Any issues with using just 1 set of keys? 2. Do we need to regenerate the keys when we switch to a DR box or to a new system with a...

    kglen0145 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 FTP PF with member

    HI All, Is there any possibility to FTP all members of the PF. if i dont know the members of that physical file. i tried using PUT FILE_NAME.MEMBER ftp says it is success but user is telling that there is no data in transferred system

    Dinnu360 pointsBadges:
  • FTP from AS/400 (iSeries) – NO RECORD SEPARATORS

    Is it possible to FTP a file FROM AS/400 (iSeries) to Windows with no record separtors (no carriage returns or line feeds)? I am able the transfer the file to a Window folder with a fixed record length by using LOCSITE TRIM 0, but I also want to not have any record sepators.

    BUEHLER20 pointsBadges:

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