You say things are askew - what is the source and what is the target? If the target is an iSeries physical file, it needs to be created first with the appropriate layout.
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From: "Dave Odom" <Dave.Odom@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
I'm FTPing some files. One file has this problem. Here is the FTP session:
200 Data transfer mode is block.
200 Representation type is EBCDIC nonprint.
get cxlib/ut430ap cxlib/ut430ap (replace
227 Entering Passive Mode (166,89,2,3,157,71).
150 Retrieving member UT430AP in file UT430AP in library CXLIB.
Unexpected end of file sequence. File UT430AP in library CXLIB may contain
426-Unable to send data to TCP/IP.
426 Data transfer ended.
Many bites are transferred before this error happens. But when you look at the
resulting file, there're are only a few thousand records instead of the millions
I expect. If I run this without the mode or eb commands, it works to completion
but the data is askew.
Thanks in advance for your help,
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