I always use *PCASCII in the CPYTOIMPF


Michael Schutte
Admin Professional



midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 03/26/2008 10:58:11 AM:

This has always been confusing to me.

I wrote a short clp that copies a generic data base file to the
IFS so that it might be e-mailed to another location.

The copy "seems" to work fine and using WRKLNK, I
can see the file and it's contents with no problem.

I then tried to open the file using note pad and the records
are all gibberish.

When I checked the file ccsid, it's 37, which I think is wrong.


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