On 22-Oct-2015 14:01 -0500, CRPence wrote:
On 22-Oct-2015 13:46 -0500, Steinmetz, Paul wrote:
I'm converting an FTP script job to SFTP using PASE. User,
passwords, ip, etc all remain the same, from what the vendor has
told us.
I'm receiving the below error message.

No user exists for uid 356

Is there a reason a user would work for FTP and not SFTP.


I suppose, inferring from the error, that a user that can use FTP
but can not use SFTP, could arise if the authentication-method
requires a matching UID.

Review the results, i.e. the numeric value presented, from the
following auto-prompted command request, naming the [presumably
Current] User initiating the request [in place of "The_User"]; I
would guess the value is probably 356:

?CHGUSRPRF The_User ??UID()


I suppose instead of having just offered that WAG\supposition without first doing a web search.... so I did perform a web search [https://www.google.com/search?&q=%22sftp%22+%22No+user+exists+for+uid+%22], and I found something that might be interesting. Might the following be the source of the issue?:
[http://harleysavage.com/2015/04/24/unix-sftp-user-cannot-be-more-than-8-characters-long-on-iseries/]


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