You have to select "Data Access" -- I think there's even a section underneath called "Data Transfer", or something like that. In the past, it hasn't been selected by default, so if a user just took the defaults you had to go back and do a "change
install" to include it. But I haven't done an installl for a while, so I'm not sure what the defaults are now.

Midrange Systems Technical Discussion <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
Unfortunately the cwbtfcai.dll add-in does not show up in the Shared folder. Any thoughts on why that would be? Does a certain option have to be selected when installing iSeries Access for this to show up?

Bill Howie

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