Kelly,

The Word attachment did not come through.
Did anyone else get it?
I don't know if attachments will go through the list.

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> Okay, I'm still learning this stuff myself, so I've not done this...but
> it's
> supposed to work from what I've read.
>
> You can create and share an IFS folder with any PC. You simply map the IFS
> folder to a network drive on the PC.  This much I know works because I've
> done it. Attached is a Word document from a project design that explains
> how
> to share an IFS folder and map it to a network drive on a PC.
>
> If you use some examples from others on this list to create a COBOL
> program
> that reads DB2 files and writes CSV records to a stream file, then you can
> have the program write the stream file to the shared/mapped IFS folder.
> Users can access the CSV file from their PC just like they access any
> other
> file in a mapped drive.
>
> The iSeries job scheduler could run the COBOL program that writes the
> stream
> file.
>
> Just some ideas...
> Thanks,
> Kelly
>
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: cobol400-l-bounces+kcookson=dotfoods.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> [mailto:cobol400-l-bounces+kcookson=dotfoods.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf
> Of Phil Campbell
> Sent: Monday, March 08, 2004 1:01 PM
> To: cobol400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [COBOL400-L] Downloading from COBOL to a .csv
>
>
>
> I've download files to .csv's before.  I would like to
>
> 1) have the operator run a nightly job that executes the COBOL program
> that
> creates a .csv.
> 2) Somehow EVOKE (might not be the write term) a job to have the data
> transferred from the .csv to the common area on our host PC.
>
>       Every Morning I come into work and use the AS400 data transfer
> facility to transmit data to a user.  I sure would like to get away from
> having to do this.
>
> Thanks .. Phil  :)
>
> Phil Campbell
> Wisco Envelope
>
> pcampbell@xxxxxxxxxxxx
>
>
>
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