Using FTP may be our eventual result, but we'd like to use CPYTOIMPF it
at all possible.  We could use CPYTOIMPF to do our conversions, store
our result in a temp file, and then FTP the temp file, but that adds a layer
of complication to something we'd prefer to keep as simple as possible.

Regarding the earlier question, I am under the impression that Novell 5 has 
added
SMB support (I'm getting confirmation of that).  My whole question does depend 
on that,
of course.


On Mon, 31 Dec 2001 09:13:22 -0500, Dare wrote:

>Couldn't you have written an ftp script to move those files or I my missing
>some details in your question.
>
>Dare
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "rich herdman" <rherdman@columbus.rr.com>
>To: "midrange-l" <midrange-l@midrange.com>
>Sent: Monday, December 31, 2001 8:31 AM
>Subject: Accessing a Novell server via QNTC from the AS/400
>
>
>> Good morning -
>>
>> I have been reading with interest the messages regarding the use of QNTC
>and
>> I have a question.
>>
>> We use Novell 5.0 as our primary network operating system, using Windows
>NT
>> only when forced to.  Every day, we download 50+ AS/400 files to the IFS
>using
>> CPYTOIMPF, where PC jobs import them and do various things.  To be able
>> to see those files, the PC's have a drive mapped to the IFS and they read
>the
>> data from the IFS drive directly.  Some of these jobs are DOS-based
>(within
>> Windows, of course) and we are plagued with nagging connectivity issues
>> between the jobs in the DOS Windows and the IFS drive (these are a
>reflection
>> of the DOS/Windows PC's themselves, not the Netserver interface).
>>
>> Anyways, I would like to be able to, using the CPYTOIMPF command in a CL
>program,
>> send those files to the Novell server using QNTC.  The Novell server is
>available on
>> Windows PC's using the regular Windows networking (I do not have to load
>IPX or
>> a Novell Client or anything), so THEORETICALLY I could access my Novell
>server.
>> Which, of course, I have been able to do thus far.  I did make sure my
>AS/400
>> user/password matched up with my Novell user/password, but no luck yet.
>>
>> Anyone have any experience with this or have any suggestions?  Getting rid
>of
>> the DOS/Windows programs in NOT an option.
>>
>> Thanks.
>>
>>
>>
>> Rich Herdman
>> Abbott Foods
>> Columbus, OH
>> email: rherdman@abbottfoods.com
>>
>>
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