I don't believe that you are doing anything wrong. The problem is on the NT server. I think that the NT administration has to give NETWORKUSERNAME the right to log on locally that is specific access to that server in addition to the NT domain.
Guy Murphy - FACTS system
University of Illinois
From: Roger Boucher [mailto:RBoucher@stanpac.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 14, 1999 2:00 PM
Subject: FTP commands from source member
Okay, so it's my first try... but I can't get it to work. I can establish
FTP connection to SERVERNAME and then login in from an AS/400 command line,
but when I try to run it from a program I get messages telling me I can't
I have tried every possible combination of ways to specify username and
password. I've tried them on the same line, seperate lines, with and
without the subcommands USER and PASSWORD (even tried PASS) and nothing is
working. I always get the message telling me I cannot log in. Anyone see
what I'm doing wrong?
Here's the program...
CLRPFM FILE(MYLIB/MYFILE) MBR(OUTPUT)
OVRDBF FILE(INPUT) TOFILE(MYFILE/MYLIB) MBR(INPUT)
OVRDBF FILE(OUTPUT) TOFILE(MYFILE/MYLIB) MBR(OUTPUT)
Here's the output member...
Output redirected to a file.
Input read from specified override file.
Connecting to host SERVERNAME at address xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx using port 21.
220 servername Microsoft FTP Service (Version 4.0).
Enter login ID (AS/400USERNAME):
331 Password required for NETWORKUSERNAME.
530 User NETWORKUSERNAME cannot log in.
Enter an FTP subcommand.
> PUT XXXXX/YYYYYY.............
Standard Pacific Corp.
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