Scott,
If you have NetServer running and have set up shares on the PC's, you can
use the CPY command to copy files directly from the PC to a folder in the
IFS by using the QNTC file system.

Example:

I have a PC named I8KWINXP, with drive D: shared as D_I8KWINXP.
>From the green-screen command line on my AS/400, I just executed this
command:

CPY OBJ('/QNTC/I8KWINXP/D_I8KWINXP/temp/sql.txt') TODIR('/TMP')

and it copied the file SQL.TXT from the D:\TEMP folder to the /TMP folder in
the IFS.

HTH,
Steve Landess
Austin, Texas
(512) 423-0935


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Sent: Monday, March 01, 2004 5:56 PM
Subject: moving files from PC to the IFS in green screen Application


>
> Assuming I don't have client access for the strpccmd commands is there a
> way to move files from a users PC to the IFS in a green screen
application?
> Problem is this we have an application where a user/employee fills out a
> Purchase Request they have some backup documentation( ie, Quotes,
> engineering charts etc) that normally flow along ith the Paper request
> through an approval cycle then the requesti entered and the documentation
> is filed.
> My problem is this we have moved from a Paper Request to an online(
> greenscreen Process) however now the backup documentation does not flow
> with the request.  I am currently looking for a way to allow the user to
> place these documents in the IFS. If I felt comfortable that all of the PC
> were running client access I could just use strpccmd and start windows
> explorer in a certain directory, then use use IFS api's to move these to a
> permanent location.
> Is there anyway to accomplish this task within a green screen App?
>
>
>
> J. Scott Carter
> Programmer/Analyst
> e-mail: Mailto:scarter@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Phone: 214.583.0348
>
> "When I die, I want to die like my grandmother who died peacefully  in her
> sleep.
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>
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