• Subject: RE: Attaching multiple AS/400's in the SAME Computer Room
  • From: Neil Palmer <npalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 18 Dec 1997 19:05:26 -0700

For the SNADS inclined, you should also look at the SAVRST command,
introduced with V3R1, that avoids the need to "receive" the file on the
remote system.
I'm not saying this is better or worse than FTP, just an alternative.
Note - I THINK (I haven't tried this) you need to install no charge
optional OS/400 Part 22 - Object Connect.

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        -----Original Message-----
        From:   Carl Galgano [SMTP:cgalgano@ediconsulting.com]
        Sent:   Thursday, December 18, 1997 3:09 PM
        To:     MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
        Subject:        Re: Attaching multiple AS/400's in the SAME
Computer Room

        At 02:25 PM 12/18/97 +1100, you wrote:
        >> ahhh! thanks Carl.  That explains some stuff to me.  I was
using SNDNETF
        >> from one machine to the other.  ( I have SF as a choice in my
PDM choices,
        >> so it sends source to the other machine for me easily.)  But
unless I
        >> started QSNADS subsystem on both machines it wouldn't go.
Then I would do
        >> pass-thru to get on the other machine to work with the sent
file.  I have
        >> telneted, but I couldn't figure out a use for it without
function keys;
        >> FTP is a must-do, but that's for another day.
        >
        >What do you mean "without function keys"?  Are you telneting
from AS/400 to
        >AS/400?  Also the approach you have taken with a custom SF
(SNDNETF)
        option in
        >PDM can also be done with FTP.  Losts faster than SNDNETF.
        >
        >                            James Turnbull
        >                            AS/Tech Consulting
        >
        The F keys should work just fine in Telnet, we use it all the
time.  not
        only is FTP quicker, it is much simpler, there is no need to
receive the
        network file on the target system, the file appears in the lib
you specify.
        Carl


        >
        Carl J. Galgano
        http://cgalgano.home.mindspring.com
        mailto:cgalgano@ediconsulting.com
        EDI Consulting Services, Inc.   
        540 Powder Springs Street
        Suite C19
        Marietta, GA 30064
        770-422-2995
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