I need to transfer a file using SFTP. It’s a PF with a 180 character field. When I try the put command from an iSeries library, the file goes over as binary. If I copy it to the IFS and transfer from there, it goes over as text. But, I cannot have this unencrypted file [...]
Answer Question | April 22, 2013 12:36 AM
ASCII, iSeries, SFTP
Hi, It is some kind of DB file which has extension .a01. But I can’t read the file because it’s not clear. When I open it in notepad, it displays ASCII (Encrypted Format) only.
Answer Question | October 9, 2012 9:35 AM
A01 File, ASCII, DB file
Can anyone tell me how to import a TRCCNN ASCII trace to Wireshark? In Wireshark, I import as a TXT file, but it doesn’t work. Thank you for any help that you can provide.
Answer Question | May 11, 2012 4:48 PM
AS/400, ASCII, Wireshark
HI When iam FTPing the zip file from i series to unix server..iam getting the warning message like WARNING! 19 bare linefeeds received in ASCII mode .When iam doing on mu windows system it is ftping without any error messages.Could you pls sugget me what may be the error. Thanks
Answer Question | May 2, 2011 12:25 PM
AS/400 FTP, ASCII, ASCII File, FTP
Hi, I have to create a file to send to another location outside of our company. they ask if the file type is ASCII or EBCDIC. How do I tell what the file is on the iseries? Also when I transfer the file thru FTP do I need to define it in FTP. Thanks!
Answer Question | November 16, 2010 3:22 PM
ASCII, ASCII File, EBCDIC, File Types, iSeries, iSeries File Members
Hi, I am trying to convert EBCDIC to ASCII. The code which I used is converting the whole stream to ASCII however I am getting “????” for the missing characters..Is that because of double byte character set?? Can someone help me to resolve this issue??. I tried with jon-skeet code as well but facing the same [...]
Answer Question | August 27, 2011 10:03 AM
ASCII, C#, EBCDIC
WHEN CONVERTING AN EBCDIC FILE WITH HIGH-VALUES(X’FF’ CAPITAL ‘Y’ WITH 2 DOTS OVER IT) TO ASCII HIGH-VALUES, MICROFOCUS IS RETURNING X(’9F’, CAPITAL ‘Y’ WITH 2 DOTS OVER IT), NOT X(‘FF’, LOWER CASE ‘y’ WITH 2 DOTS OVER IT) IN THE ASCII FILE, THEY ARE CONVERING/MATCHING TO THE EBCDIC AND ASCII SYBOLS RATHER THAN THE ACTUAL [...]
Answer Question | August 20, 2010 12:34 PM
ASCII, COBOL, EBCDIC, Windows XP SP3
update operator set ascii(REVOKFLG)=’0′ where login like ‘ospprov’ error missing equal sign.
Answer Question | January 6, 2010 11:59 AM
ASCII, UPDATE statement
Our company started to have business with China. So we have changed our system to support DBCS from SBCS. I am having trouble sending email using “QtmmSendMail” API to send message that contains Chinese characters. They are unreadable. I researched this API and looks like it only send message in ASCII format so I am [...]
Answer Question | June 11, 2009 2:29 PM
ASCII, DBCS, Email
hi there, I am facing a problem in trying a Xcom Transfer from Mainframes (EBCDIC) to Unix environment supporting ASCII. There is a special character probably called umrabulo that gets converted to v in the UNIX environment. Kindly advice…is it necessary to include some conversion tables or can that be done without? thanks a tob..
Answer Question | December 29, 2009 3:00 PM
ASCII, EBCDIC, Unix, XCOM transfer
I need to transfer an ASCII file that has a field that may contain negative numbers to my iSeries. I’m getting nowhere with this. Can someone tell me how I might do this?
Answer Question | January 13, 2009 5:29 PM
ASCII, ASCII File, iSeries
Caveat – I am not an iSeries programmer(since 15 years ago), so please be very specific with your answer so that I can understand it. I am trying to print product labels with Simplified Chinese characters on a Zebra bar code printer from data retrieved from IBM iSeries (AS/400). The data for the label is [...]
Answer Question | May 14, 2009 7:10 PM
ASCII, CCSID, EBCDIC, iSeries, Unicode, UTF-8, XML