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RE: Convert PF to Excel in batch



fixed

You can run IBM i Access Client Solutions data transfers in batch. This uses
the traditional IBM iSeries Access Data Transfer descriptions:

http://www.iprodeveloper.com/article/systems-management/run-ibm-access-clien
t-solutions-data-transfers-ibm-699460

Craig Pelkie


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[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Tim Adair
Sent: Friday, September 14, 2012 6:31 AM
To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Convert PF to Excel in batch

Is there a simple (cheap/free) utility to convert a PF to a true Excel file
(not CSV - customer requirement) in batch, and put it in the IFS? This
needs to run with no intervention.

Something like:

CVTPF2EXCEL file(library/file) path('/home/whatever/')


I've researched it and can't seem to find anything that fits the bill.
System i Access transfers won't work. If I had the time I could look into
writing it myself, but I don't. This seems basic enough that surely ("Don't
ever call me Shirley") someone must have needed this in the past.

Any ideas? Thanks in advance for any and all responses.


~TA~

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