• FTP a file to AS/400 from a PC command line

    How do I transfer(FTP) a file(pf of savf) from PC command line? Wanna know the process..I tried several times using CPYTOSTMF and CPYTOIMPF but that file resides in the AS400 IFS..How to transfer from there??

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  • AS400 – FTP (put & get) files size compare.

    Hi, i have created a ftp scritp to put & get (back trasferred file) then compare them using CL program. ie: FTP Script PUT FROM_LIBRARY/FROM_FILE TO_LIBRARY/TO_FILE GET FROM_LIBRARY/FROM_FILE QTEMP/TO_FILE CL pgm 1) RTVMBRD FILE(FROM_LIBRARY/FROM_FILE) NBRCURRCD(&NBRCURRCD) DTASPCSIZ(&DTASPCSIZ) 2)...

    H0S40045 pointsBadges:
  • as400 FTP dir stm

    i'm trying to get the names of the files in remote dir inbox i'm getting this error Use of subcommand DIr not correct. my statements are ascii cd inbox lcd leiff STRUCT F mget *.* dir * list.list the error is on the dir stm

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  • FTP 425 Error: Cannot Open Data Connection

    We have several applications that use FTP from the iSeries. All of a sudden a lot of them stopped working once the programs tried sending data (with a PUT or a GET). The error is 'FTP 425 Error: Cannot Open Data Connection'. Our Network Services department here in IT claim it's nothing they did (as...

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  • upload to as/400

    hi, my user can only use client access to upload and download file only (please assume there is only this method), is it possible for me to write a batch file to automate the upload and download. just like ftp, i can always write a script to put all the 'GET' command and trigger the FTP in CLP...

    Boulevard55 pointsBadges:
  • sftp

    sftp client on AS/400

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  • FTP AS400 RECEIVING EDI FILE

    ON MY AS400 VER 4.5 I AM RECEIVING THRU FTP A EDI FILE FROM A PC BASED SYSTEM BUT THE DATA COMES IN AS ONE LONG RECORD. ANY IDEA'S THAT WOULD HELP

    Bobcour95 pointsBadges:
  • FTP to AS400 – Do AS400 writes any log?

    An external system is doing FTP to the AS400, reading a physical file. I would like to know how I can see in the AS400 this FTP operation

    Raquel15 pointsBadges:
  • Is it possible to FTP files from an iSeries using comma delimited to a PC server?

    Is it possible to FTP files from an iSeries using comma delimited to a PC server? Thanks. Moderator Note: This is a submitted question

    BrentSheets6,925 pointsBadges:
  • SFTP results

    Regular FTP outputs results to a log file, where does ssh-sftp in batch write results? Thanks.

    djn5 pointsBadges:
  • SFTP

    I beleive someone has a document how to configure sftp on the iseries. is is possible for someone to email me this document. fitzj@quinn-group.com

    Cavan1235 pointsBadges:
  • Creating multiple files from a single code base and FTP.

    This is a two part question. 1. 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. 2....

    Bew30 pointsBadges:
  • using mget ftp command with iSeries

    I'm trying to ftp some files to the as/400 using mget. The files I'm pulling have the same 1st 10 characters. The as/400's file name limit is 10 characters so after the 1st file is ftp'ed the mget ends stating that the file already exists and the mget ends. Does anyone know of a way around this...

    TLloyd180 pointsBadges:
  • How to restrict single user FTP access for AS/400 server

    hi!! how to restrict a single user access for ftp in iseries 520 box pls give me the step to solve the issue ones the user login in ftp it should show Not authorized to login. with regards chan

    Thirlokachander20 pointsBadges:
  • how to restrict user access for ftp

    hi!! how to restrict user access for ftp in iseries 520 box pls give me the step to solve the issue ones the user login in ftp it should show Not authorized to login. with regards chan

    Thirlokachander20 pointsBadges:
  • I Can’t find my file on the AS400 after FTPing?

    I transfer a text file to the AS/400 and I can see it from FTP but when I go to the AS/400 and the library where I put the text file the file does not show. Can anyone help me? ftp> open To 192.168.168.2 Connected to 192.168.168.2. 220-QTCP at 192.168.168.2. 220 Connection will close if idle...

    Mhutch5 pointsBadges:
  • FTP to AS/400 connection closed

    We switched from cable to Fios internet and FTP to 400 stopped working - getting "connection closed by remote host" - checked netstat and joblogs - what's wrong??

    JBarrows5 pointsBadges:
  • FTP a zipped file to a client in a batch job from AS/400

    I need to ftp a file to a client box from our as400. should I use FTP or FTPPUT? I have the client logon and password. My file is a zipped document coming from qdls/email with email being a folder. I have manually tried the ftpput. I get logged in and it accepts my password. the error from...

    Brenger170 pointsBadges:
  • I want to copy the IFS fIle from one directory to another file and i want to ftp that file

    I want to copy the IFS fIle from one directory to another file and i want to ftp that file..I need a solution how to perform this??

    C.naveen09140 pointsBadges:
  • Transferring objects between iSeries and authorities are lost

    Why at transferring objects (all complete library), initial authority from source equipment dis aper, lost, in the target equipment. I start creating a savf and save the library into, then, with FTP put the library onto target iSeries. Thanks in advance for your help

    Anton4005 pointsBadges:

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