• Subject: RE: DDM - Is TCPIP faster or better than SNA?
  • From: booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 24 Nov 2000 20:18:40 GMT

The easiest way in the long run would be to use FTP probably.  You can 
build scripts and so forth to automate the process. 

But for starters you could just type FTP on the command line and see what 
happens.  It is like any regular FTP session excepting the target 
machine's IP/name has to be in quotes.  Also, in the beginning I found it 
was easiest to change my Current Library to the library that had the file 
I wanted to send.

_______________________
Booth Martin
Booth@MartinVT.com
http://www.MartinVT.com
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Pascal Bellerose <pbellero@portbec.com>
Sent by: owner-midrange-l@midrange.com
11/24/2000 02:08 PM
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        Subject:        RE: DDM - Is TCPIP faster or better than SNA?

By the way Chris, I'm looking for the configuration setup I need to create 
a
TCPIP link between a 720 and a F10 through a TCPIP LAN.  Both are 
virtually
connected to the LAN, but can't find a way to transfer DDM files through
that wire.  Actually I know almost nothing about SNA(which is the protocol
used by the 720 to communicate with a remote S40) and it's the same thing
with DDM files.

Actually my question would be more like this : How the hell can I transfer
files between to AS/400 over TCPIP??? 

Pascal Bellerose
Programmeur-Analyste
TÚl. : (418) 657-6505
Courriel : pbellero@portbec.com
Groupe Gesco Star inc.

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