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The file I was sent was not a save file. acquired thebusiness assets and business activity of Intermate US Inc.Print 4Sight Inc. Privacy Reply Processing your reply... M***@public.gmane.org 2003-01-29 22:54:00 UTC PermalinkRaw Message There is one configuration thing that's easy to check. Source

By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. File unavailable (e.g., file busy).451 Requested action aborted, local error in processing.452 Requested action not taken. Leif Svalgaard 2003-01-29 14:14:35 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Stefan TagesonPost by Leif Svalgaard426-Cannot write to member SAVE in file SAVE in library QGPL.I get the same error when I have And you dospecify a qualified SAVF name at the destination.Using .savf, as Martin describes, works only when using NAMEFMT 1 - you'reusing NAMEFMT 0, so you need the preexisting SAVF.RegardsVernPost by

crtsavf file(mylibrary/filename) maxrcds(*nomax) 2. Thatshould take awhile.BTW, who in the world would want to print a 1000 page report much less readone?Art Tostaine, Jr.CCA, Inc.Jackson, NJ 08527-----Original Message-----From: midrange-l-bounces-Zwy7GipZuJhWk0Htik3J/***@public.gmane.org[mailto:midrange-l-bounces-Zwy7GipZuJhWk0Htik3J/***@public.gmane.org] On Behalf Of Lou SchmausSent: Thursday, Historical Number 439756764 Document information More support for: IBM i Communications-TCP Software version: Version Independent Operating system(s): IBM i Reference #: N1014567 Modified date: 2012-08-25 Site availability Site assistance Contact and Any insights would be appreciated.

I had the vendor resend it in the correct format and everything worked fine. SAVE is a valid save file _______________________________________________ This is the Midrange Systems Technical Discussion (MIDRANGE-L) mailing list To post a message email: [email protected] To subscribe, unsubscribe, or change list options, visit: From: [email protected] Date: 17 Oct 2007 23:46:32 -0700 On Oct 17, 3:44 pm, Denny wrote: You need to add the BIN commad to transfer in binary The file type is In this case, the save file must be re-created or retransferred from the source. 3) Examine the Maximum Storage Allowed parameter of the user profile that owns the save file on

By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. If (as I imagine)you are using Host Print Transform, are you sure the *SPOOL pool is bigenough? About 100MB. c If CharsRead <= 0 C Eval CurChar = Eof C Else C Eval N = N + 1 C Eval CurChar = %Subst(Data_Rec: N: 1) C Endif C Endsr *-------------------------------------------------------------

If the writer is Host PrintTransform(*YES), the 400 will convert the whole spool file to *Ascii (orsomething else I'm not really sure of) before it starts to print. Then, half an hour later, theprinter starts.I added quite a bit of memory to the *SPOOL pool, and increased the numberof active jobs in the pool, and I'll see if that We can pingtheprint servers, we can log on to the ones that have built-in web serversandprint test pages. Following Follow Programming Languages HI, I'm having problems with FTP savefiles from PC to the AS400.

So you edit everyone's post but mine, making me look like a bonehead? http://fixunix.com/ibm-as400/239668-ftp-problem-save-savf-file.html Yes No OK OK Cancel X Um Google Groups Discussions nutzen zu können, aktivieren Sie JavaScript in Ihren Browsereinstellungen und aktualisieren Sie dann diese Seite. . Don’t miss out on this exclusive content! Ifan addressing or transmission error has misdirected the email, please notifythe author by replying to this message.

Any other uses are prohibited. Use the CHGUSRPRF MAXSTG keyword to increase your storage. Comment Cancel Post [email protected] Member Join Date: Oct 2016 Posts: 75 #3 12-17-2003, 07:45 AM FTP from PC to SAVE FILE Thanks to you both. For all file types, do the following: 1) Increase the size of the file on the server system. 2) Verify the user profile that creates or sends the file has the

I've just never seen it this bad before. Copyright 2000-2013, MC Press Online, LLC Working... Lou Schmaus 2003-01-29 21:05:41 UTC PermalinkRaw Message One of our customers has a recurring problem with remote outq's. have a peek here I have created the savf on the AS400 and it doesn't work.

www.code400.com Comment Post Cancel pramendra Experienced Forum Member Join Date: Jun 2009 Posts: 278 #13 July 2nd, 2009, 10:45 PM Re: FTP problem hi all I am trying to ftp a Otherwise I don't think ftp is bothered bythe extension. .savf seems to be the only 'special' extension thatalters the way OS/400 ftp deals with the file, but if there are othersI'd oncomplaints so far....The 1000-page reports are usually backup to billing statements.

these are the errors i face can you plz help me out from this as u all did earlier.

Thanks in advance, Pat Comment Cancel Post Go to... please help me how to upload and if you any matrial on ftp or IFS please let me know the link as well. All rights reserved. We'll let you know when a new response is added.

Login or Sign Up Log in with Search in titles only Search in General only Advanced Search Search SECTIONS Home Publications News Buyer's Guide Events Forums Videos Popular Archive Bookstore EDTOBJAUT M8267665C *FILE Jamie All my answers were extracted from the "Big Dummy's Guide to the As400" and I take no responsibility for any of them. I've just never seen it this bad before. The file that I was trying to ftp is a fairly big file.

This often happens if the save file was transferred to a system that is not a System i. put hotel.txt QGPL\mysavfile File HOTEL in library PANDEYFL1 not found. FTP426 error when using FTP command in a batch file and running the batch file from AS/400 Problems with FTPing database views Answer Wiki Last updated: April 13, 200511:37 AM GMT I can FTP this file to a physical file just not a savf.

If the file member is being 'put'without qualifying the target member, then I think a .mbr extension ispreferred - but that may be just a Linux -> OS/400 thing.Regards, Martin_______________________________________________This is If it's a savf thendrop the .savit was a save file, but why would dropping the .sav make any difference?Is the system trying to be smart? These printers are usually perceived asquite slow in the eyes of the IBM host. It is intended only for the named recipient (s).

Here is my problem - I am trying to use FTP to bring a file into a SAVF on my AS400. Full details are available here. Leif Svalgaard 2003-01-30 03:12:41 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Patrick TownsendEither: You are not authorized to the file or libraryIn spite of my thinking that the file was valid, it was