Yes, DDM is probably what you want..

But the systems ahve to be configured to talk to each other

From a security standpoint look here


On Tue, Dec 23, 2014 at 12:19 PM, John McKee <jmmckee@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Several files on the remote 520 (v5r3) ned to be accessed. I had the wild,
and possibly incorrect, notion that a file could be created on the local
system that pointed to the remote system file. I >thought< this was a DDM
file. But, my efforts are't working. My first question is how would
authentication for user be accomplished, as neither the CRTDDMF or CHGDDMF
on the local (v5r4) system have user name and password parameters.

This the command I started with:


Does what I want to do not work tis way?
Is this an issue where user and password

must be same on both systems? PLPP) RMTFILE(libray / file)

Actual library and file names used in command. The xxxx was the
remote system name defined in the host table.

Is it possible? Am I using the right command?

John McKee
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