The St. For example, if you get a code 426, the transfer was aborted and the connection closed. What type of file are you transferrring? If the writer is Host PrintTransform(*YES), the 400 will convert the whole spool file to *Ascii (orsomething else I'm not really sure of) before it starts to print. Check This Out
They are alarge trucking outfit. Net::FTP=GLOB(0x8389760)<<< 226 File send OK. Here is my problem - I am trying to use FTP to bring a file into a SAVF on my AS400. Richard B Baird 2003-01-30 12:55:17 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Leif,that's Indy, not Indi! (for the record ;)btw, that's a registered trademark of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway....you now owe them money! browse this site
Lou Schmaus 2003-01-31 03:11:03 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Art,No, it can happen with a 1-page report.The added memory to *SPOOL memory pool seems to be working so far. Net::FTP=GLOB(0x8389760)<<< 226 Directory send OK. We tried moving the log files to a completely different directory structure and the script worked flawlessly.
Requested file action successful (for example; file transfer or file abort). Copyright ©2000-2013, MC Press Online, LLC Working... If it is then the order of the ftp is: Ftp iseries user password namefmt 1 bin put file1.sav qgpl/savf quit Tags: None Guest #2 12-17-2003, 07:29 AM FTP from PC It transfers the first file correctly, but then subsequent gets on that connection fail.
Check out past polls. File unavailable, not found, not accessible Verify that you are attempting to connect to the correct server/location. Keep it simple 2. http://www.code400.com/forum/forum/iseries-programming-languages/iseries-system-administration/1013-ftp-problem What type of file are you transferrring?
PerlMonks went on a couple dates, and then decided to shack up with The Perl Foundation. I wold appreciate any help and ideas. I have created the savf in the PUT statement and it doesn't work. Logged in...
The table below is provided so that you have some idea whether you can solve the issue on your own (e.g., code 331=you need to provide a password) or you need They are alarge trucking outfit. ftp> put M8267665C.dat /qsys.lib/qgpl.lib/M8267665C.savf 200 PORT subcommand request successful. 150-NAMEFMT set to 1. 150 Sending file to member M8267665C in file M8267665C in library QGPL. > Netout :Software caused connection abort It seems to happen sometimes when downloading large files from some servers.
If it's a savf thendrop the .savit was a save file, but why would dropping the .sav make any difference?Is the system trying to be smart? For all file types, do the following: 1) Increase the size of the file on the server system. 2) Verify the user profile that creates or sends the file has the Netscapebotched it for me during the downloadPost by Patrick TownsendHope you are well!PatrickI'm fine Patrick,I hope I'll see you in Indi.Leif_______________________________________________This is the Midrange Systems Technical Discussion (MIDRANGE-L) mailing listTo post this contact form ft., with offices in all partsof the building.
If the writer is Host PrintTransform(*YES), the 400 will convert the whole spool file to *Ascii (orsomething else I'm not really sure of) before it starts to print. This page was generated at 06:37 PM. I get only part of the file.
And then, when you least expect it, stuffstarts printing again.I'm leaning towards a configuration problem somewhere, a timeout value thatis set too low or too high. It is intended only for the named recipient (s). If the file member is being 'put'without qualifying the target member, then I think a .mbr extension ispreferred - but that may be just a Linux -> OS/400 thing.Regards, Martin_______________________________________________This is And it must already exist before you attempt the FTP.
Net::FTP=GLOB(0x8389760)>>> PASV Net::FTP=GLOB(0x8389760)<<< 227 Entering Passive Mode (999,999,999,99, +999,53) Net::FTP=GLOB(0x8389760)>>> RETR /aaaa/bbbbbbb/ccc/access_log.0107 Net::FTP=GLOB(0x8389760)<<< 150 Opening BINARY mode data connection fo +r /aaaa/bbbbbbb/ccc/access_log.0107 (1073993 bytes). The command opens a data connection on port 20 to perform an action, such as transferring a file. Ensure that you typed the correct user name and password combination. If the file is not a SAVF type object, you cannot FTP it to SAVF.
tohann has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question: Hello everyone, I'm trying to FTP some log files from server A to server B. Otherwise I don't think ftp is bothered bythe extension. .savf seems to be the only 'special' extension thatalters the way OS/400 ftp deals with the file, but if there are othersI'd i dont know how to restore this. I'll be stopping by there tonight to startchecking the values on the /400 today, but any suggestions or hints would begreatly appreciated.--------------------------Lou SchmausMIS DirectorApparel Distribution, Inc.lou-eM7cT+nuJmVWk0Htik3Jemail@example.com_______________________________________________This is the Midrange Systems Technical
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