You can create a web page as text, with the data in csv format.
Also, explore the new XML options, I think they allow to send output to the IFS, to get it in CSV you will have to concatenate the data and the "comas"

Pete Helgren wrote:

These folks are getting a new time keeping system that they need to initially populate with employee information which is the first go-around on this. Eventually I'll need to make some modifications that generate only changed records as a csv file. I might go with an RPG-SQL solution in the long run. First pass is a one-off file (famous last words: "We only need this once")

Pete Helgren
GIAC Secure Software Programmer-Java

On 12/4/2013 9:21 AM, John Yeung wrote:

On Wed, Dec 4, 2013 at 9:54 AM, Pete Helgren <pete@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

RUNSQLSTM could be run after the file overrides are set but
again it would be at least a two stepper: Create the file and then copy
it to the IFS.

Depending on how many files/members you need to transfer, two steps
that don't require any additional tools or programming is not a lot of

It's not worth pulling out the big guns unless this is a big and/or
recurring task.

By the way, are the CSVs ultimately meant to be transported to some
other system, or are they meant to stay in the IFS? (Point being to
find out whether you can bypass generating CSVs in the IFS.)


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