I believe that quote sends the request to the server, whilst ! sends the 
request to the client.

For example, I started a ftp session on my client iseries, GDISYS, to my 
server iseries, GDIHQ.
I ran 
! crtpf rob/boothx rcdlen(80)
and the file was created on my source, GDISYS.

Rob Berendt
Group Dekko Services, LLC
Dept 01.073
PO Box 2000
Dock 108
6928N 400E
Kendallville, IN 46755

"Booth Martin" <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> 
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Re: ftp quote command not working

Would it muddy the waters to suggest the ! alias? Using the ! in place of
quote helped me to underestand what is happening bettter.
! syst
should work just fine. 

I think of the ! as being "pay attention! Here's one of your own 

Booth Martin
-------Original Message-------
From: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Date: 03/05/04 10:25:16
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: ftp quote command not working
On Fri, 5 Mar 2004, Brendan Bispham wrote:
> The odd thing about syst is that it works with or without the 'quote'...
Why is that odd? That just means that it's implemented in your particular
FTP client.
In mine I can do "site namefmt 1" without typing "quote" as well, but on a
Windows client that doesn't work. Once you understand what the QUOTE
command does, it's not a big mystery.
I recently explained on this thread what quote does, but apparently I
didn't explain it very well, because it appears that nobody understood
what I said.
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