Internal network.

Yes I figured it was nothing more than a little batch ftp script, but I
thought I would check to see if someone had done this already.

Is there a way to get the source for the 3 commands:  SAVRST, SAVRSTOBJ,
SAVRSTLIB?

Rob Berendt

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Rob:

Without installing something on the remote site? Passing an encrypted
password?

Within your own (secure) network, it might be little more than a batch FTP
script followed by RUNRMTCMD 'RSTLIB...'.

But it gets tough going across an open network without a remote piece
installed.

Tom Liotta

On Thu, 06 December 2001, rob@dekko.com wrote:

> Does anyone have a ftp version of the following commands:
> SAVRSTOBJ
> SAVRST
> SAVRSTLIB
> With all of the parameters of the IBM supplied ones.  With maybe only the
> addition of userid and password.

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Kent, WA 98032
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Fax  253-872-7904
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