Just taking a 5-minute break...

I, personally, am running a single 170 (in the process of adding a 270).

The client runs a central 830, with somewhere between 50 - 100 270's
attached somehow thru WAN.  I've seen these commands, but never had occasion
to use them.  What I started on did essentially the same, through FTP and
RUNRMTCMD.  (I don't recall precisely how, however...;-)  Client wanted me
to get back and document this anyway, so I'll get back this weekend, if you

(BTW, I resist the temptation to continue the discussion on whether *nix is
easier to administer than 400.  But the fact is, the personnel in these
stores are "technically-challenged", so they're run from the home-office.)


| -----Original Message-----
| From:
| []On Behalf Of
| Sent: Friday, December 07, 2001 10:29 AM
| To:
| Subject: RE: ftp versions of SAVRST...
| Importance: High
| JT,
| Are you running in a multi 400 shop?
| There are commands called
| Which basically save an object, move it to the remote 400, and restore it.
| These commands are part of
| 57xxSS1   22 - OS/400 - ObjectConnect
| This is the function I am looking for in a ftp world.
| Rob Berendt
| ==================
| "They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
| safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
| Benjamin Franklin
|                     "jt" <>
|                     Sent by:                  To:
| <>
|                     midrange-l-admin@mi       cc:
|                           Fax to:
|                                               Subject:     RE:
| ftp versions of SAVRST...
|                     12/07/2001 09:36 AM
|                     Please respond to
|                     midrange-l
| Rob,
| Doesn't the RUNRMTCMD suffice?  In any event, I don't believe you need the
| source for these commands.  Seems this can be done strictly with FTP.
| I started on a project to do this for a client, but never finished it.
| Been
| meaning to refresh my memory on the thing, and if you want to take the FTP
| route I can post something on it (although maybe not the code).
| jt
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