At 04:28 PM 12/9/97 -0000, you wrote:
>I sent a client a Save File via Internet Email.  This save file 
>was created on the AS/400 via normal methods (CRTSAVF & SAVOBJ).
>I then FTP'd down to the PC world.  I can then FTP it back to 
>another AS/400 and it works just fine (the trick is to create 
>the save file first).
>I then Email'd the file from my PC via the Internet.  My client 
>does not have TCP/IP available so FTP is not an option.  He is 
>trying to use CAWin/95.  When he does the file transfer, he gets 
>a message that says    "Not a Valid Database File".   If he 
>creates a plain old flat file (crtpf rcdlen(xxxx)), it 
>transfers, but of course is no longer a save file so can not do 
>a rstobj on it.
>My question being, What is the trick to getting  this to work 
>via CAWin?
>Unimportantly, starting TCP/IP on his as/400 is not an option.

Maybe use Explorer to put the file (object) in one of the ISF directories.
It should do this, since it doesn't care what kind of file it is. Then use
the RST command. Don't know for sure—anyone else?


Vernon Hamberg
Systems Software Programmer
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
400 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 371-1111 x480

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