• Subject: RE: QUOTE RCMD problem on V4R3?
  • From: Bryan.Dietz@xxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 7 Jan 2000 13:31:36 -0500

What about there being a FTP exit program?  in there you can disable
certain commands.


look for:
QIBM_QTMF_CLIENT_REQ  VLRQ0100     *YES     FTP Client Request Validation
QIBM_QTMF_SERVER_REQ  VLRQ0100     *YES     FTP Server Request Validation
QIBM_QTMF_SVR_LOGON   TCPL0100     *YES     FTP Server Logon

use option 8 to see if any exit program have been added.

Bryan Dietz

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> RE: QUOTE RCMD problem on V4R3?Hi David,
> I just looked at the help in FTP for QUOTE:
> The CRTL command is the same as the AS/400 Create Library (CRTLIB)
> command.  To create a library on a remote AS/400 system, type the
> following:
> where TESTTCP is the name of the library you want to create.
> There is no help for RCMD - it's not a valid FTP command on the 400.

Um, yes... RCMD is a valid subcommand on the FTP server (must be passed
using the QUOTE ftp client command) ... it's used quite often by our
product (Implementer) for FTP file transfers.

We use it to both create a library and create a save file.


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