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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!
I have an unusual problem with an RPGLE program. This is called inside of other programs that were originally a package software. The file is multi-membered and I am not able to remove locks on the member even when I exit the program, use other programs, etc. I am on an iSeries and commitment...
We have an EDI system that moves physical file members to other files (like history files) once part orders have been successfully transmitted and received. Due to network or other issues, sometimes these orders don't get processed and the member will be 'stuck' in the file. I would like a way...