Specifies which end-of-line sequence to use when ENCODING is SBCS, the data transfer type is ASCII, and data is being sent to the server. The following are possible values:
Append both carriage return (X'0D') and line feed (X'0A') end-of-line sequences to each line of translated text. This is the default and the standard sequence defined by RFC 959. The z/OS server can receive ASCII data in this format only.
Append only a carriage return (X'0D') end-of-line sequence to each line of translated text.
Append only a line feed (X'0A') end-of-line sequence to each line of translated text.
Do not append an end-of-line sequence to the line of translated text.
Do not use an end-of-line sequence other than CRLF if the server is a z/OS FTP server. The z/OS FTP server supports only the CRLF value for incoming data.