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I am sending some zipped files to a server, using IBM FTP CS V1R4(exec pgm=ftp). Ftp always returns code of zero, even if it didn't go thru. How can I check the ftp return codes thru the cobol program? The following are some FTP return codes I need to check: 530, 532, 553, 552, 451, 425, etc... Any...
If an executable load module has attributes of AMODE=31, RMODE=ANY, and it has modules statically linked into it with AMODE=24, RMODE=24, will the load module run above the line?