• Subject: Re: FTP scritp.. PUT vs GET for SAVF
  • From: "Anthony Haines" <AHaines@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 09 Sep 1999 11:12:45 -0400

So I am correct?  The GET simply can not/will not create the SAVF locally.  
However, the PUT will.
The only workaround is to create the SAVF first when using the GET.

>>> "Roger Pence" <rp@rogerpence.com> 09/07 2:17 PM >>>
> I use
>
> bin
> quote site namefmt 1
> put c:/somefile /qsys.lib/locallib.lib/savefile.savf
>
> this causes the file to be created on the AS/400 as a savefile.
> I don't have to create it first using the CRTSAVF command.

Joe's use of the .SAVF extension is documented in the TCP/IP ref and config
manual.

rp



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