One of the easiest ways to xfer a S36EE file is to use the Nlynx ETU/400
($495) product.  It will do comma separated values if the file is defined on
the AS400 with DDS.  If it is flat you can define a logical over it to get
the field separation you need.

Jerry

Jerome Draper, Trilobyte Software Systems, since 1976
Network and Connectivity Specialist -- Mac's, LAN's, PC's, Windows, Linux,
Sun, and AS/400
Representing Synapse, CLI, Nlynx, Perle, Lucent, 3Com and Others .....
http://www.trilosoft.com - (415) 457-3431 - (415) 258-1658fax -
jdraper@trilosoft.com



----- Original Message -----
From: Paul Tykodi <paul@intermate-us.com>
To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 9:18 AM
Subject: S36EE Client Access File Transfer Question


> Dear List,
>
> I was recently speaking with an AS/400 (V4R2) end user about a remote
> printing problem and they mentioned during the conversation that they were
> also experiencing a Client Access file transfer request problem as well. I
> mentioned that some years ago I used to build Client Access file transfer
> requests to test twinax emulation cards and that as a last resort type of
> problem resolving option I would be willing to at least look at their
> problem.
>
> The end user has decided to accept my offer and has let me know the target
> file on the AS/400 that holds the data they need is a database file for a
> custom RPG II application they wrote in-house that runs within the S36EE
on
> their machine.
>
> I was wondering whether anyone knows if the Client Access SQL logic for
file
> transfer support can retrieve data from an RPG II formatted file that is
> stored in the S36EE? If yes, are there any special customization steps
> required in the creation of the file transfer request?
>
> Thanks.
>
> Best Regards,
>
> /Paul
> --
> Paul Tykodi
> Director, Printer Connectivity Product Management
> LCI-Intermate US, Inc.
>
> p: 603.431.0606 x115
> f: 603.436.6432
> paul@intermate-us.com
> www.intermate.com
>
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