Did you pre-create the physical file on the target box? Also, see whether it is really a physical file - could be a SAVF.

Is the server running on the target box?

Also, are there any exit programs in force on the target box? Or is there anything restricted in Application Admin in OpsNav?

If nothing is obvious, IBM says this is usually a network problem. You might look at the article at



At 10:42 AM 3/26/2004 -0500, you wrote:
When we try to ftp a data file from one box to another box we are getting this error message.

  150 Sending file to member OEP010 in file OEP010 in library QGPL.
  Unable to send data to server.
  426-Cannot write to member OEP010 in file OEP010 in library QGPL.
  426 Data transfer ended.
  226 ABOR subcommand received; no transfer in progress.

Can any one explain? The boxes are at different OS levels, one is at V4R5 and the other is at V5R1.


Bob Newell
Delta Galil USA

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