We are on V4r4 and have PTF SF61859 but not SF61937 it
appears. My guess is if we apply SF61937 we will have
this thing beat. 

   I appreciate yours and all of the good responses I
have received.

Thanks,

Vance

--- Billy Rowe <billyrowe@usa.net> wrote:
> Unless you are at V4R4 with PTF's SF61859 & SF61937
> which provides the
> capability to specify the Stream File Code
> page(STMFCODPAG) on the
> CPYTOIMPF command.
> 
> If you are at V4R3 and possibly V4R2 you can create
> a file in the
> IFS using CPYTOSTMF specifying the Stream File Code
> Page(STMFCODPAG),
> Example:
> 
> CPYTOSTMF                                           
>           
> 
>
FROMMBR('/qsys.LIB/Source.LIB/Source.FILE/Source.MBR')
>        
>   TOSTMF('/tmp/ASCIIfile')                      
>    STMFOPT(*Replace) STMFCODPAG(*PCASCII)           
>           
>     ENDLINFMT(*CRLF)
>                                           
> The Source member can be any source member or it
> could  
> be a Program Described file(i.e. Flat File).        
>    
> The Source member or Flat File should be small or
> empty 
> because the data is not to be used in the target
> file.
> 
> You can then use the CPYTOIMPF command to copy to
> this file
> specify *REPLACE and your data will be converted to
> ASCII.
> Example:
> 
> CpyToImpF FromFile( TRANS ) TOSTMF( /tmp/ASCIIfile )
> +
>           MbrOpt( *REPLACE ) RcdDlm( *CRLF ) +   
>           DtaFmt( *FIXED ) StrDlm( x'05' ) 
> 
> This will place a Carrige Return/Line Feed at the
> end of each record
> and a TAB between fields.
> 
> Hope this helps!
> 
> Billy
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-midrange-l@midrange.com
> [mailto:owner-midrange-l@midrange.com]On Behalf Of
> Vance Stanley
> Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2001 4:18 PM
> To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject: IFS - CPYTOIMPF
> 
> 
> Sorry about this because I think its been covered
> before but I am having trouble with the CPYTOIMPF
> cmd
> when I use it to copy from a db2 file to an IFS
> /ROOT
> strm file. It looks as though I am not getting it to
> Convert to ASCII. I have provided it a CCSID of
> 00037
> and I have tried others as well. Maybe I am missing
> the point and this command does not do the
> conversion.
> If this is the case then I know of other was to
> accomplish what I need.
> 
> 
>
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