• Subject: Re: FTP question
  • From: Mel Rothman <melrothman@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2000 02:38:38 +0000
  • Organization: @Home Network Member

If the temporary absence of the file on the FTP is not a problem, you can use 
the FTP
rename subcommand to rename it before the next periodic version is written.  
you will have to GET it and PUT it back with a new name.

Mel Rothman

"York, Albert" wrote:
> The remote site is not an AS/400, however the local site is an AS/400.
> There is a separate process (which I can't change) which puts the file on
> the server on a periodic basic. I want to make a copy of the file on the
> server, before it gets written over. I could use GET to pull the file down
> to the AS/400 and then use PUT to send it back with a new name but I wanted
> to avoid all that extra overhead if I could
>         -----Original Message-----
>         From:   Carel Teijgeler [SMTP:teygeler@bart.nl]
>         Sent:   Saturday, November 18, 2000 11:53 AM
>         To:     MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
>         Subject:        Re: FTP question
>         "York, Albert" wrote:
>         > When using FTP is there a command to copy a file on the server? I
> found one
>         > to rename or delete files but no command to copy one.
>         >
>         Albert,
>         You can use FTP-command QUOTE RCMD CRTDUPOBJ etc, if the AS/400 is
> the FTP
>         server.
>         Regards,
>         Carel Teijgeler.
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