Yes, I was, i.e. I did a
before doing the cat command.
On 1/31/2014 12:26 PM, Jack Kingsley wrote:
Peter, when you start to do this CAT sequence, are you in the g directory??
On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 2:52 PM, Peter Dow <petercdow@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm working on a v5r4 system that has a symbolic link to a remote system:
Object link Type
Content of Link . . . : /QNTC/OP-2003-SQL1/Galt2008
There are several files in that folder that I want to concatenate, so
from an OS400 command line, I started QSH and entered:
cat asp_445.csv asp_445_canada.csv asp_445_no.csv > asp_445_all.csv
It sat there forever, so I canceled it and looked at the joblog, where I
see that I got a CPDB050 with error code 3447, indicating a timeout
waiting for the remote host to respond.
When I do a wrklnk '/g', I immediately see the folder and can look at
all the files within it. So what's the deal? wrklnk uses a different
method of accessing /g than qsh? If so, what can I do about it?
*Peter Dow* /
Dow Software Services, Inc.
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