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We have 2 iSeries Servers, 1 for Production, 1 for Development. I have been asked to refresh our production data libraries on our Development System on a regular basis. My thought is to create a Save File of the data libraries on our Production System then FTP the Save File to our Development...
I'm using the "CPYTOIMPF" to create a .csv file from a iseries database. All fields look good when opening the spreadsheet, except the date. The format of the date is MM/DD/YY 8 position char. field Here's what it looks like.ñññòð÷