You can also use the CPYTOIMPF command which is a little
more flexible for creating delimited files.

>                  (snip for bandwidth)  
>
> By the way, if you don't want to write a CSV file to the IFS 
> using COBOL,
> you might try using COBOL to create a temporary DB2 database 
> file, then use
> the CL command CPYTOSTMF to write the temporary DB2 database 
> file to an IFS
> stream file. If you set the ENDLINFMT parameter to *FIXED you 
> should get a
> fixed width text file in the IFS. Microsoft Excel can open 
> fixed width text
> files. 
> 
> Thanks,
> Kelly

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