The log already exists for you.   here's my CL where I override it so I
can see it on the screen:

             By commenting this command the FTP process prints the   +
             log file to the screen.  Uncommenting the command will  +
             print and save the log in ISY2/QFTP/FTPLOG              */

In <35c8e21b.8217215@>, on 07/28/98 
   at 10:43 AM, (Gord Hutchinson) said:

>We have a business partner who FTP's into our system to GET (and
>eventually PUT) a file.  Is there any way to generate something like a
>job log for while they're connected.  We're interested in capturing when
>they connected and disconnected, What files they got (GET ed??) or put,
>and any error messages while they were connected.

>Are exit points the only alternative?  We're currently on 4R1 but should
>be upgrading to 4R2 in the (reasonably) near future.



Booth Martin

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