FTP client is our IBM i.

FTP server on their end is Windows.


On Fri, Dec 2, 2016 at 12:16 AM, Scott Klement <pctech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Jeff,

What FTP *client* software are you using? The IBM FTP Client on IBM i?
Or (since this is the PCTECH list) the Microsoft command-prompt FTP
software?

Or one of the other zillion FTP clients for windows? Or something else?

The only reason the FTP server software might matter is when the client
scripts don't support comments. When they don't support comments, then you
have to resort to using some "harmless" command that gets sent to the
server but is ignored (like rcmd with /* */ or NOOP).

But if you use a client software that supports comments, then it'll work
with any server.



On 12/1/2016 12:40 PM, Jeff Crosby wrote:

For documentation/logging purposes, I would like to put some comments in
an
FTP script. I found the following:

http://www.itjungle.com/mgo/mgo021403-story02.html

which suggests several ways. It is implied that the FTP server type (IBM
i, Windows, Linux, etc) has a bearing on what is acceptable. I would like
to use a way that works no matter what the server side is. Antyone know?

Thanks.


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