Archie Cameron <AGCAMER@mailhost.polarisind.com> wrote:

>Then I would like to automatically ftp the files to an NT FTP
>server. Is there a cl command that will allow us to perform
>command line commands??

Archie,

It's quite simple to write a batchftp program. You put the ftp commands in
a source member and optionally assign a source member to receive the output
messages. The following extract shows how to override the input and output
streams to these members.

OVRDBF   INPUT TOFILE(srcflib/srcf) MBR(ftpcmds)
OVRDBF   OUTPUT     TOFILE(srcflib/srcf) MBR(ftpout)
FTP      RMTSYS(sys123)

Typically the member ftpcmds will begin with the ID and password to log in
to the remote system. There is a clear example in the TCP/IP Configuration
and Reference manual.

Dave Kahn, ABB Steward Ltd.


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