if you are using Client Access for windows, there is a file transfer
button on the tool bar.
open it, and place the LIBRARY/FILE(MEMBER) name in the IBMi File name
in the PC File name window, put in something like c:\MEMBER.txt
be sure to click on the properties icon, and have Convert CCSID 65535
On 7/10/2014 4:17 PM, Hoteltravelfundotcom wrote:
My mistake, it's a txt on the green side. The qsn is how to get this to a
windows text file without the seq numbers.
it has statements like this:
0016.00 Insert into
0017.00 SELECT count(*) FROM
0018.00 WHERE OHCOM# = TSCOM# AND OHORD# =
0019.00 AND (otCOM# = OHCOM# AND OTORD#= OHORD# AND ottrnc =
On Thu, Jul 10, 2014 at 5:14 PM, Vernon Hamberg<vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
PFs don't have stuff on the left - well, non-source types - are you
working with source members?
Do you have WDSC or RDi or RDp? You should be able to get what you want in
If you are working on green only, you will probably want to do a query,
sql type or qrydfn type or otherwise, and select only the SRCDTA column.
That's all the guessing I can do right now, man!
On 7/10/2014 3:57 PM, Hoteltravelfundotcom wrote:
I have used the Iseries NAvigator to export the output after entering '6'
and print on the green screen IBM i.
but this has all the 'stuff' on the left side. i would like it to be a
clean text file.
WHat am i leaving out?
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