There are 2 sets of FTP subcommands, one for client and one for server. To see client help, execute

help

The amount of help you get here depends on the kind of client - Windows is pretty sparse, iSeries is quite extensive, don't know about Unix.

To see server help, execute

quote help

To see help on a specific subcommand, execute the same statements with the particular command following, as in

help put

or quote help rcmd

HTH
Vern

At 09:32 AM 3/24/2004 -0600, you wrote:
Pete,

Thanks!!  That did the trick, although in looking at the help text from
the FTP command on the iSeries you'd never even guess that "locsite" was
supported. (at least I wouldn't have)

Many Thanks,

-- Jim Lowary

Pete wrote:

In addition to quote site trim 0, maybe you could also issue locsite trim
0. I've not tried it.

Pete Hall
pbhall@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
http://www.pbhall.us/



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