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  • CPYTOSTMF + VARGRAPHIC

    I have a file (XYZTMP) with say 15 fields (some of which are of the GRAPHIC), this file is copied to another file(LOWA5P) with one field of say length 5000, (we just do this to create a CSV file). Another program does a CPYTOSTMF on LOWA5P .(the same file is saved in this path of FROMMBR......

    asakla240 pointsBadges:
  • CL Command definition parameter with Mixed valid values

    Hello, I want to create a command with a parameter same as Stream file code page in CPYTOSTMF. It shoud allow only 1 - 32657, *STMF, *PCASCII, *STDASCII. Can someone explain how could I declare parameter to have this ? Thanks Sim

    sim400305 pointsBadges:
  • CPTYTOSTMF problem

    I am getting error in cpytostmf command while getting the member to ifs folder which is object is not a file or is a file with attributes not supported by this command. object not copied /QSYS.LIB/LIBRARY.LIB/FILENAME.FILE/MBRNAME.MBR

    Vens20105 pointsBadges:
  • End of file and the CPYTOSTMF

    I am using the CPYTOSTMF command to create an ASCII file with fixed record length. Is there any way to prevent the CRLF after the last record in the file?

    Rsh25 pointsBadges:
  • Problem with copying from IFS to pc.

    I need to copy a savf of a library to my pc. I've saved the library in a savf, run the cpytostmf command to put in on the IFS in a folder off of the root. When I try to drag it to my desktop, I get 'Access denied...' message box.

    Glenninsc10 pointsBadges:
  • Using CPYTOIMPF to copy .txt file (need result to be fixed length – not truncated)

    I have been trying to find a way to use the CPYTOIMPF or CPYTOSTMF commands to copy a Program described file that is 2220 characters long so that the resulting text file has the same record length and is in a readable format. I have been able to transfer the file as a fixed length but the...

    BurnedOut25 pointsBadges:
  • Convert/Supress non UTF-8 to UTF-8 on as/400 while CPYTOSTMF

    Hi, I am generating XML from AS/400. I am doing following steps: Creating Flat File wiht RCDLEN (260) and CCSID 65535 (Default). I am reading data from some other Physical File. Putting data in between XML tags in required XML format and writing this record into Flat File. Now flat file contains...

    NarasimhaReddy225 pointsBadges:
  • From sourcefile to IFS and back..

    I want to use CPYTOSTMF and CPYFRMSTMF commands to copy sourcemember to and fro the IFS. To test functionality, I created the following test: Sourcemember A_1.TXT :    FMT ** ...+... 1 ...+... 2 ...+... 3 ...+...              *************** Beginning of data **** 0001.00...

    DanTheDane2,555 pointsBadges:
  • 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??

    AS400 - Ask the Expert485 pointsBadges:
  • How can I copy records from a Physical file to Excel Sheet ?

    I would like to know about copying records from a physical File to Excel sheet , Can any one brief me in this regards ? Eg: I have a PF called ATMLIB/ATMTRA. EXC.XLS is a Excel Book . Now this is the situation . I am working on V4R4M0. I would like to know on this version whether it can be possible...

    Chrisjam95 pointsBadges:
  • SFTP and sending a file from the 400 to a unix system

    I have set SFTP with EDS*elit VAN to exchange EDI. I can get the files no problem, but when I put the data on to their server (unix), they canno read the file. I am tried using CVTTOSTMF and CPUTOSTMF to get the data to the IFS and issue a put command. The files I get from them show up as CCSID 819...

    Emadkaradsheh105 pointsBadges:
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