I was going to suggest maybe someone changed the command default for the
ENDLINFMT, but because you said you explicitly said you added it and still
had the same issue, I'd say that the issue is an OS one.

Did it start happening after applying any PTFs? Installing any 3rd party
software? I know these are hard to figure out, though.

There's not any copies of the command or processing programs in other
places on the system, are there?

Bradley V. Stone
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On Wed, Jan 9, 2019 at 3:40 PM Chris Wright <Chris.Wright@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Not strictly RPG, but I've been banging my head against a wall for a week
now over this one! Can anyone help????

We are copying a Physical file member to a csv document held on the ifs
using CPYTOIMPF. The command is issued within a CLLE routine.

Everything was just fine - and has been for years! We got the data
correctly formatted with a CRLF at the end of each line.

Then, at the beginning of December, the CRLFs stopped appearing! The
Stream file is just a single record with no line breaks!

If I run the command from a command line, it still works perfectly, but
from within the CL (which runs in an interactive job), no line breaks. I
tried changing the command so that the ENDLINFMT parameter explicitly
specifies *CRLF, but get the same result.


We are at v7 r1 of the O/S. The CL Program does a number of overrides

Any suggestions welcomed!

Chris Wright
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