Oliver,

the easiest way is to use the command QRYDOCLIB with an outfile. It works
for QDLS directories only. A more complicate solution is the use of IFS APIs
which are based on C-Programs. You will find excellent examples and
downloads on Scott Klement's site http://www.scottklement.com/rpg/ifs.html

Kind regards,
GEFIS Gesellschaft für
Individual-Software mbH
Werner Noll
N.B. We are located round your corner!

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Von: oliver.wenzel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:oliver.wenzel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Gesendet: Freitag, 26. März 2004 11:11
An: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Betreff: Processing several files in \QDLS


Hello,

I need to process an unknown number of files in the \QDLS in a CL program. 


The generic process would look like:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
---
cpyfrmstrmf \qdls\filea to QGPL/EDI256 mbr EDI256
IMPORT QGPL/EDI256(EDI256)
next file from QDLS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----

The IMPORT command is a function from our EDI software that can be used 
directly in the CL program.

How do I get a list of files from a QDLS directory I that I can process in 
a CL program?

Thanks,

Oliver
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