BORING David wrote:
> How about create a file that has the same field name for the source data
> as the source file. Then do a CPYF to the new file, and download that
> file as a text file to the PC. I believe that the file transfer will
> drop the trailing spaces.

thanks for replying - 

to clarify, create a file with one field name (SRCDTA), copy the source
to that file, (*map *drop) and then transfer to pc?  I can give that a

> Or you could store the file in the QDLS directory (folder) and it would
> stay in ASCII. Do this ONLY if it does not need to be in a source member
> for some reason.

I need to be able to read the file from an rpg pgm, so I can insert data
into it before I blast it to the web.   Can you read files from the QDLS
without too much work?  I eventually want to do this, but I'm on a
deadline right now, and don't have time to mess with it too much.

> Then again, you could teach all of your web developers how to use SEU...
>  ;)

yeah, right.  it's bad enough that _I_ have to use the thing... :)
thanks again,

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