Gentleman, Pardon me but I am confused here. Since the three CMDs are designed to move objects from system a, to system b what is the underlying need here. Can't you use an APPN or VPN link between two system and and use the native OS CMDs ?? What would be the advantage of hacking them up to utilize an FTP transport verses what ever they are using now ?? JMS... Jeffrey Silberberg CompuDesigns, Inc. Atlanta, Georgia 30350-5640 > > 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 > > < S N I P > > 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, firstname.lastname@example.org 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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