I'm not exactly sure...... V4R3 seems to have the TCP/IP DDM server 
     available as an option on STRTCPSVR command. This indicates the 
     remote as400s SHOULD be able to access data on the 4.3 box. What 
     seems to be missing on 4.3 is the ability to CRTDDMF for *IP 
     connections. This IS FULLY SUPPORTED on 4.4. 
     
     In answer to your question, I'd say yes -- if you are accessing a 
     database ON the 4.3 box FROM the 4.4 box.
     
     I'm certain other will know for sure....
     
     Eric DeLong


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Subject: Re: Two AS/400's file transfer
Author:  "Bart Verweijen" <SMTP:bart.verweijen@advalvas.be> at EXCHANGE
Date:    1/25/01 10:45 AM


one machine is on V4R4 and the other on V4R3. You think it is possible ?
     
     
----- Original Message -----
From: "Eric DeLong" <Eric.DeLong@pmsi-services.com> 
To: ""Midrange L" " <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2001 5:14 PM 
Subject: RE: Two AS/400's file transfer
     
     
>      DDM over TCP/IP? You don't say what versions of OS400 you are
>      working with. TCP/IP only recently learned how to do DDM, so older 
>      machines may not support this.
>
>      Eric
>
>
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> Subject: Two AS/400's file transfer
> Author:  "Bart Verweijen" <SMTP:bart.verweijen@advalvas.be> at EXCHANGE 
> Date:    1/25/01 5:46 AM
>
>
> Hi,
>
> We recently have a second as/400 over a wan-link connected to our network.

>
> We run a lot of programs on the second as400 that update files that we 
need
> on our first as400. What is the easiest and safest way to get those files 
> from the second to the first automatically ?
> FTP script ? NFS ? SNA over TCPIP (wanlink is tcpip) ? 
>
> Any help is greatly appreciated !
>
> Bart
>
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