That file should work.  And no, you don't need the password on the same 
line as the user name.  I wonder though if FTP is finding this member? 
This name is not the same name I remember from your earlier post.





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Subject:        Re: FTP commands from source member

Here is my FTPINPUT file (which I use)
jlangstn somepass
put jimconex/spoolit.month9710
put ...
yada...yada...yada...
close
quit


As you can see, the user name and password must be on the same line.

It took me a little bit to work this out too.

And, yes, that is not my real password. <g>

Regards,

Jim Langston

Roger Boucher wrote:

> 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
> log in:
>
> 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?
>
> TIA
>
> 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)
> FTP        RMTSYS(SERVERNAME)
>
> 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.............
>
> Roger Boucher
> Standard Pacific Corp.
> rboucher@stanpac.com
> 714-668-4326
>
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