• Subject: Re: Code to check for normal FTP completion
  • From: Peter Coffin <phcoffin@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Nov 1997 20:14:13 -0500

Walden writes:

> Does anyone have any code they would be willing to share for checking the
> success of an FTP? I have the input and output files overridden, but now I
> need to actually check for a normal completion.

The "Cool Title About the AS/400 and Internet" redbook has some sample RPGLE
that does exactly that, but I can't remeber the URL offhand. Basically, you
look for a "226 " or "250 File transfer" at the beginning of a line in the
output file. Some ftp hosts use "226 ", which is always a successful transfer,
and some use "250 " with explanations, because 250 is a general-purpose success
code and can be used with directory changes, etc.


Peter H. Coffin
phcoffin@us.ibm.com
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