Regards Evan Harris
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>.
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