Thanks Tom. This is an iSeries for both sides. I've checked the exit points and it appears that there is no exit program defined for either system. wrkobj *all/sndmsg turns up two, one in qsys and the other in qsys38 with both calling the program QMHSNMSG. Here is the help server output: > help server 214-Server-FTP commands follow: 214-Unsupported commands marked with an *. 214-ABOR, ACCT*, ADDM, ADDV, ALLO*, APPE, AUTH, CDUP, CRTL, CRTP, CRTS, 214-CWD, DELE, DLTF, DLTL, FEAT, HELP, LIST, MKD, MODE, NLST, NOOP, 214-OPTS, PASS, PASV, PBSZ, PORT, PROT, PWD, QUIT, RCMD, REIN, REST*, 214-RETR, RMD, RNFR, RNTO, SITE, STAT, STOR, STOU, STRU, SYST, TIME, 214-TYPE, USER, XCUP, XCWD, XMKD, XPWD, XRMD. 214-The data representation type may be ASCII(A), EBCDIC(E), binary IMAGE(I), 214-DBCS_ASCII(B), DBCS_EBCDIC(F) or CCSID(C). 214-Data structure must be file(F) or record(R). Mode can be stream (S) or block (B). 214-If this connection is not used more than 300 seconds, the session will end. 214-Name Format 0 : 214-File identifiers have three components: File, library, and member. 214-Library and file components are separated by the / delimiter. 214-File and member components are separated by the . delimiter. 214-Example: Library/file.member. 214-Name Format 1 : 214-Directory levels separated by the / delimiter. 214-Database files use format: /QSYS.lib/Libname.lib/Fname.file/Mname.mbr 214-Documents (files) stored in folders use format: /QDLS/folder/document.ext 214-Integrated File Systems include: "root" (/), QOpenSys, QLANSrv. 214-Integrated File System files use format: /fsname/fsdependentnamingformat 214 For information about a specific command, enter HELP <command>. Thanks, Bruce "Tom Liotta" <qsrvbas@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:0E53C721.7CC6D8F7.0021C8A2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > midrange-l-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > > >iSeries Navigator > >My Connections > >MYiSeries > >Network > >Servers > >TCP/IP > >What is the status of remote command? > > > >-------- Original message Subject > >ftp quote command not working > > > >I'm trying to automate transmitting a save file to a client machine. I've > >written an ftp script that works with most clients, but one client doesn't > >like the quote command. I cannot get any quote command to execute > >successfully. > > > >Sample ftp script: > >quote rcmd SNDMSG TOUSR(QPGMR) MSG(Hello) > >quote time 500 > > > >ftp log from sample script: > >257 "QGPL" is current library. > >Enter an FTP subcommand. > >> quote rcmd SNDMSG TOUSR(QPGMR) MSG(Hello) > >500 Syntax error, command unrecognized: 'rcmd SNDMSG TOUSR(QPGMR) > > MSG(Hello)' > > There should be no relationship between FTP remote commands and the TCP/IP Remote Execution (REXEC) server... except, of course, IBM might re-use code between them. But they are separately configureable and startable with no reason one shouldn't work if the other was stopped. > > My guess would be that (first) it isn't a "client FTP system" we're discussing, but a remote FTP server; and the RCMD subcommand is a command for the server which might not be an iSeries, although the '257 "QGPL" is current library' line sure indicates otherwise. If it is an iSeries and an exit program is rejecting RCMD, the FTP message should be '550 Request rejected.' rather than '500 Syntax error, command unrecognized...'. > > It _looks_ as if [rcmd] itself is not recognized. If [SNDMSG] was the unrecognized command, perhaps because it was renamed or who knows why, an iSeries should send '550' replies relating directly to [SNDMSG]. > > I'd suggest connecting to the remote server with the iSeries FTP client and requesting [HELP SERVER] to see what the remote server expects for [QUOTE] subcommands. If RCMD is in the list, then the remote system seems to have a problem. > > Tom Liotta > > -- > Tom Liotta > The PowerTech Group, Inc. > 19426 68th Avenue South > Kent, WA 98032 > Phone 253-872-7788 x313 > Fax 253-872-7904 > http://www.powertech.com > > > __________________________________________________________________ > Introducing the New Netscape Internet Service. > Only $9.95 a month -- Sign up today at http://isp.netscape.com/register > > Netscape. Just the Net You Need. > > New! Netscape Toolbar for Internet Explorer > Search from anywhere on the Web and block those annoying pop-ups. > Download now at http://channels.netscape.com/ns/search/install.jsp > _______________________________________________ > This is the Midrange Systems Technical Discussion (MIDRANGE-L) mailing list > To post a message email: MIDRANGE-L@xxxxxxxxxxxx > To subscribe, unsubscribe, or change list options, > visit: http://lists.midrange.com/mailman/listinfo/midrange-l > or email: MIDRANGE-L-request@xxxxxxxxxxxx > Before posting, please take a moment to review the archives > at http://archive.midrange.com/midrange-l. > >
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