Well, I'm not on a MAC, but I was able to connect to the IFS with RSE via an
SSH connection. I set up the server as a Unix server and chose the SSH
options for the connection and I can see the root and my directory.

James R. Perkins

On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 06:47, Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen <ravn@xxxxxxxxxx>wrote:


I am currently working on my MacBook and uses Eclipse 3.4.1 to create
some war and jar files which I need to get to our trusty V5R3 machine.

Under XP I can see the directory on the i as a network folder, but for
some reason not all show in the Finder under OS X.

Hence time to see if I could make RSE work in the Eclipse JEE 3.4.1
distribution I have. I can create the ftp connection but as the
defaults are not Unixy on the ftp server on the i, I do not see any
files at all in RSE :(

I found some instructions about how to change the ftp server defaults
using CHGFTPA but I'd rather that it was just changed for my logins (I
never use namefmt 0 or listfmt 0 anyway).

Has anybody made Eclipse RSE (not WSDCi 6 or 7) work against an i. Can
I sneak in a "namefmt 1" and "listfmt 1" somewhere in the properties, or
is there a completely different trick?

Any help would be appreciated :)

Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen "...plus... Tubular Bells!"

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