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RE: cpytostmf file layout problem



fixed

Thanks for the reply that one gives me the 132 record length to.  doesn't
work

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Subject: RE: cpytostmf file layout problem


Try the ENDLINFMT(*FIXED) parameter.

> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: cpytostmf file layout problem
> From: "Joshua M. Sprang" <joshsprang@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Mon, October 25, 2004 10:41 am
> To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
>
> I have a flat file with a record lenghth of 8219 in an AS/400 library
> (MCOLIB) I want to copy to a stream file in the directory /QOpenSys/.
When
> ever I try using the cpytostmf or cpytoimpf I copies the file to the
> directory and then uses a record length of 132 and does not preserve the
> format.  I have tried using default perameters and different ccid's for
> qascii and all that seems to work is a record length of 132.  Please help
> thanks
>
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