Transferring data from iSeries V5R4 to Windows 7 PC

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IBM iSeries
Microsoft Windows 7
RPG Program
We are getting an error message (sys3827) when we try to transfer data from an RPG2 program on an iSeries 800 running V5R4 to a Windows 7 (64bit) PC running iSeries Access V6R1 (data to be used by Filemaker Pro 11). Any suggestions?

Software/Hardware used:
iSeries 800, OS400 V5R4, Windows 7 (64 bit) PC, iSeries Access V6R1

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  • TomLiotta
    Where exactly does the error message show up? Is it in a PC message box? Or is it on an AS/400 terminal screen? And what exactly is meant by "transfer data from an RPG2 program"? Usually, transfers are from a file, not from a program. Transferring from a program would have some specific elements of programming on the AS/400 that would need to be discussed. Transferring from a file would involve elements of server configurations. . Tom
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  • ToddN2000
    is the file being created by your program and then transferred using another method? If so are you using Client Access or FTP or something else? What errors are you getting?
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  • TomLiotta
    A "sys3827" message plus "RPG2" would generally indicate a System/36 process. But the overall process is not yet clear at all. -- Tom
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