• Subject: RE: Getting a PC File to the AS/400 via Client Access (Windows 95 )
  • From: "Weatherly, Howard" <hweatherly@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 20 Jul 1998 09:11:02 -0400

No and yes :), there needs to be someplace to put the data!
but it could be just as easily you library eg.. QLBLSRC or
whatever in YOURLIB. From there, you can do whatever you
want with it. Ususally I put stuff in my library that way I
dont need to fuss with liblist or such, and Ususllay I do
create a file with a name that identifies the data vs.
putting ot in one of the Source files. Another thing to
consider is that if you do put it in an existing file that
is not specificly for it, your program (or what ever you are
doing with the data) will be tied to that file(member)
otherwise if the file=member, you can just reference one
name.

____________________________________________________________
_____________
Howard Weatherly

hweatherly@dlis.dla.mil
hweath@ibm.net

X4324

 <<Re: Getting a PC File to the AS/400 via Client Access
(Windows 95 )>> 


How Howard !

Yep buttons are there and Tool Bar shows (MAN I remember a
few years ago when
we first rolled C/A and PC5250 out to the users and folks
managed to hide the
Menu and Tool Bar... They had NO idea how they did it, I'd
never seen it
before, etc. A little bit of "clicking" around and I figured
out what they had
done (and how they got there <BG>)... Easy to do and not
realize what happens
for new users...

Are you saying that I don't need to have a file already
created on the AS/400
?

I've downloaded TONS of stuff through the years via good ole
PC/Support and
latter C/A and downloading "seems" to be a piece of CAKE
compared to going the
other way...

Thanks !

Chuck

Weatherly, Howard wrote:

> Chuck,
>
> Does your Client Access have SEND and RECV buttons on the
> button bar? Oh, maybe the button bar is not turned on!
Check
> the toolbar setup and enable those buttons, from there you
> just click RECV and fill in the appropriate locations of
the
> file eg.. from: C:\x\y\z.z to: YOURFILE(YOURMEMBER) to go
> from the 400 to the PC just click SEND and set the
> locations.
>
>
____________________________________________________________
> _____________
> Howard Weatherly
>
> hweatherly@dlis.dla.mil
> hweath@ibm.net
>
> X4324
>
>  <<Getting a PC File to the AS/400 via Client Access
> (Windows 95)>>
>
>
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>
> Subject: Getting a PC File to the AS/400 via Client Access
(Windows 95)
> Date: Fri, 17 Jul 1998 11:39:35 -0400
> From: Chuck Lewis <CLEWIS@IQUEST.NET>
> Reply-To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
>
> Hi Folks !
>
> I am TRYING to get a file from a PC to the AS/400...
>
> We are on a 620, V4R1
> Windows 95
> Client Access
> Net Soft Router
> TWIN-AX (BOS) emulation card
> NO network (yet...)
>
> File is from a Unix system via a custom written utility
that
> produces an
> ASCII text file, "columnar" layout, no delimeters...
>
> WHAT is the easiet way to do this ?
>
> Thanks !!
>
> Chuck
>
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