So to clarify, you need the blank lines to stay, but CPYSPLF is dropping
them out.  Right?



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Request you to kindly help me with the following query.

I have a program which generates a spool file with some data. The data
in the spool file is in a way that there are blank lines between data.
In this scenario, the spool file has to be copied to a PF, since the PF
has to be FTPed.  Question is when CPYSPLF command is used to copy spool
file data to PF, the blank lines are omitted and are not seen in the PF.
Please let me know if there is any solution as this is an automated


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