Designed a Read XFW, EBCDIC record length 167.
        The problem I'm having is the 'KEY' definition.
        I define 1-4 as key
        1-167 data , but I keep getting some variation of that key in the outpt
eg,---------- 5100,5100abcdefg......etc
        If I define the key as some blank location in the records I get
-------------- ,5100abcdefg......etc
        The comma up front blows the output
        The key, as you'll remember was mandatory
used option 0, variable ascii
any ideas?

Scott Klement wrote:
> I used IdeaLink (the IDEAComm MRC version) back in the early '90s.  It
> wasn't an FTP program, but rather was it's own custom file transfer
> software, more similar to the Client Access file transfer than FTP.
> I have no idea who produces that software today.  But, go ahead and ask
> your question, and I'll help if I can remember answer :)
> On Wed, 9 Jan 2002, ken shields wrote:
> >       This product was originally Ideacomm midrange client.
> >       One of the programs was theit ftp program called Idealink.
> >       Is there anyone on the list who has had any exposure to the product, I
> > have a question.
> > ps
> >       I think it's currently under the Decision Data umberella.
> > Thanks
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