Man...someone on this list has V5R4 already.
How do I get on that list to get stuff even before it's made <grin>

Actually....I NEVER use sndnetf...I always use FTP to transfer *SAVF between
systems.
And never had a problem before.....its much easier (for me anyway)

Is that an option ?


 -----Original Message-----
From:   SCarter@rsrcorp.com [mailto:SCarter@rsrcorp.com]
Sent:   Monday, December 03, 2001 5:21 PM
To:     midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject:        sndnetf Failing

When I try to send files from my production box to my development machine I
get some strange results...

The sndnetf appears to work fine and places the files in the snads queue
but when distribution occurs I get the following message

"File SCARTER member *N number 0 from user SCARTER S1024666 not filed."

What does this mean?

It also does not seem to have this problem on smaller files..

What I have done is save PF objects into a savf and sent the SAVF and this
is when I have the problem...

Also, this did not happen until recently the "only thing" ;) that has
changed is an upgrade to v5r1 from v5r4...



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