• Subject: RE: Transferring files from NT to System/36
  • From: "Jordan Waterhouse" <jrwaterhouse@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Nov 1999 14:23:03 -0600
  • Importance: Normal


We have the exact same setup here at Rogers Water Utilities.  We use Client
Access to move files to and from the AS/400 and use a Network Resource
Directory (HELP DDM, option # 3) on the virtual System/36 to point the
System/36 file name to the directory and name on the AS/400.  Programs on
the AS/400 and System/36 can both use the same file without having to move
it to the System/36.  To use this, you need to make sure you have ILAN up
and operational on the AS/400 and the System/36.

Jordan Waterhouse
Rogers Water Utilities

------Original Message-----

Date: 09 Nov 1999 17:17:37 +0000
From: keith.nolan@dubport.ccs.ie
Subject: RE: Transferring files from NT to System/36


No, we can not use any of the OS/400 commands because we are not using 36
environment on the AS/400.  The S/36 is set up as a virtual machine on the
AS/400.  Once a user is working in the S/36 the operating system is still
SSP and any files on the AS/400 can not be accessed.  Only files on the S/36
can be accessed.  The two machines act as if they were totally independent
even though the S/36 is really only an object on the AS/400.  Does that make
more sense??



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