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mkk157

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:45 pm    Post subject: Transferring Multiple files to OMVS using SFTP
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Dear Experts,

Below is my code,
I'm using to transfer multiple (2 files in this case) to OMVS using SFTP.
The job is executing successfully with MAXCC = 0
But When I login on OMVS, I'm able to see only first file not the second file.

ALLOCATE DDNAME(KPAYR) -
PATH('/u/users/USERID/USER.FILE1.txt') -
PATHDISP(KEEP,DELETE) PATHMODE(SIRWXU) -
PATHOPTS(OCREAT,OWRONLY)
OCOPY INDD(INDSN1) OUTDD(KPAYR) TEXT CONVERT((BPXFX311)) FROM1047
ALLOCATE DDNAME(KPAYR) -
PATH('/u/users/USERID/USER.FILE2.txt') -
PATHDISP(KEEP,DELETE) PATHMODE(SIRWXU) -
PATHOPTS(OCREAT,OWRONLY)
OCOPY INDD(INDSN2) OUTDD(KPAYR) TEXT CONVERT((BPXFX311)) FROM1047

Please help me with the correct code.
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Robert Sample

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 4:45 pm    Post subject:
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I haven't tested anything, but unless there's stuff you haven't shown us you are not freeing KPAYR between the OCOPY statements. Without freeing the DDname, I don't think it'll be allocated to the second file so you should only be seeing the one file copied into the directory.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 5:22 pm    Post subject: Transferring Multiple files to OMVS using SFTP
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Robert,

What additional commands are requiered between the two ALLOCATE commands to free the KPAYR ???
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 5:49 pm    Post subject:
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We're not using SFTP so I'm not sure of the command syntax. Why not change the second allocate to use DDNAME KPAYS and the OCOPY to go to KPAYS instead of KPAYR? Different DDNAME, end of problem.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 22, 2009 6:15 pm    Post subject:
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Hi robert,
You are rocking.

I chaged the DDName and it's worked.
Myth: I felt DDName - KPAYR is pre-defined.

No, My job become easy.
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Glad to hear it worked. And I doubt something like KPAYR would be standardized -- INPUT, OUTPUT, SYSIN, SYSPRINT all make sense, but definitely not KPAYR!
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