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yogeshbabu

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 10:49 am    Post subject: Is there any way to FTP a set of members from mainframe ?
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Hi all,
Is there any way to FTP a set of members from Mainframe to local system? I am only able to do one member at a time by using EP client.
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kamran

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PostPosted: Thu Jan 26, 2006 12:23 pm    Post subject: Re: Is there any way to FTP a set of members from mainframe
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Hi,
I don't know what an EP client is but if you work in a command line environment you can use Mget or Mput for transferring a complete pds or some selected members by an specified pattern.
if you are using a graphical environment you must not have problem because you can select several members at a time.
make sure that you turned off the prompt before transferring a set of members.
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Hi all,
Is there any way to FTP a set of members from Mainframe to local system? I am only able to do one member at a time by using EP client.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2006 5:27 pm    Post subject: i have done these things through my system use these methods
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ANS : THERE ARE THERE WAYS TO TRANSFER A FILE

OPTION#1 : USING TSO COMMAND

STEP 1 : GOTO =6

STEP 2 : AT COMMAND LINE TYPE THE FOLLOWING

IND$FILE GET '<FILE NAME>' <SEND TEXT OPTIONS / RECEIVE TEXT OPTIONS>

IND$FILE PUT '<FILE NAME>' <SEND TEXT OPTIONS / RECEIVE TEXT OPTIONS>

NOTE :

SEND / RECEIVE TEXT OPTIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE IN THE FILE TRANFER-DEFAULTS

PUT OPTIONS IS PC-FILE TO HOST

GET OPTIONS IS HOST TO PC-FILE

OPTION#2 : USING FTP IN DOS PROMPT

STEP1: GOTO ROOT DIRECTORY IN THE DOS

STEP2: TYPE FTP <IP ADDRESS> PRESS ENTER

STEP3: TYPE USER ID

STEP4: TYPE THE PASSWORD

STEP5: TYPE GET '<FILE NAME>' <NOTE PAD LOCATION> PRESS ENTER

STEP6: TYPE BYE TO COME OUT FROM FTP

OPTION#3: USING MAINFRAME

STEP 1: GOTO =6

STEP 2: SELECT FILE TRANSFER OPTION FROM MENU

STEP 3: GIVE FILE NAME IN THE SINGLE QUOTES

STEP 4: ADD TO LIST

STEP 5: SELECT THE VALID LIST OPTION

STEP 6: PRESS RECEIVE

NOTE : THE ARCHIEVED FILES MUST BE DEARCHIVED BEFORE RANSFORMATION
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 21, 2006 6:22 pm    Post subject:
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OPTION#2 : USING FTP IN DOS PROMPT

STEP1: GOTO ROOT DIRECTORY IN THE DOS

STEP2: TYPE FTP PRESS ENTER

STEP3: TYPE USER ID

STEP4: TYPE THE PASSWORD

STEP5: TYPE GET '<FILE NAME>' <NOTE PAD LOCATION> PRESS ENTER

STEP6: TYPE BYE TO COME OUT FROM FTP

OPTION#3: USING MAINFRAME


Adding to veena_nagesh2002

STEP1: GOTO ROOT DIRECTORY IN THE DOS

STEP2: TYPE FTP PRESS ENTER

STEP3: TYPE USER ID

STEP4: TYPE THE PASSWORD

5. set the local directory . LCD <DIR>
6. set the mainframe pds - CD 'pdsname'
7. MGET *.

all members in pds will be downloaded to the local directory.
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