No I sure haven't. Same is true if you upload a file using CA/400 file
transfer.  How would the AS400 know what the external definition is??
Between two AS400s, you could same a file to a save file, then FTP the file
to the target AS400, the save file will be created on the fly and then
restore the file from the save file.  That should preserve your external defn.
Just a thought.
Carl

At 07:40 PM 12/20/97, you wrote:
>Carl,
>
>>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
>
> The major problem I've found w/ FTP is that the file must already have
>been created on the target system is you want to keep is externally
>described.  Is there an easy way around this problem?
>
> -mark
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