That is another reason for disabled Push options. I changed the default to "CL Program" in the preferences of "i Project -> Build and Compile" and never touch it when creating an i Project.

Or - specify iProject Build (Active Build Style) as Command and define a non-existent command name. (No chance of any CL program source being generated/uploaded/compiled automatically.)

Of course, you don't need iProjects at all. You could:

a) Connect to IBM i A.
b) Copy/paste (import) source members from IBM i A into a directory within the LOCAL connection
c) Disconnect from IBM i A and establish the VPN connection to IBM i B
c) Copy/paste (export) source members from the LOCAL directory to IBM i B

Simples. No need for iProjects at all, if you're not using them for other purposes.

Brian.




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