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Greetings. Environment OS/390 2.6 We're replacing a package that performed file transfers from some of our field offices to use ftp. The ftp works fine, but sometimes the data comes across in lower case. The package being replaced handled translating everything into upper case. I checked the site commands in the manual and couldn't find anything that would handle this. Anyone out there have any ideas? Rob R. Goings Systems Programmer Archer Daniels Midland Co. Decatur Il. ---------------



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Greetings. Environment OS/390 2.6 We're replacing a package that performed file transfers from some of our field offices to use ftp. The ftp works fine, but sometimes the data comes across in lower case. The package being replaced handled translating everything into upper case. I checked the site commands in the manual and couldn't find anything that would handle this. Anyone out there have any ideas? Rob R. Goings Systems Programmer Archer Daniels Midland Co. Decatur Il. ---------------



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About all I can think of is a special translation table invoked for just this transmission. It is documented in the TCPIP Implementation guide. Rob_Goings@ADMWORLD.COM 03/15/02 02:39 PM Please respond to IBMTCP-L To: IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU@FiservMail cc: (bcc: Leslie Elliott-Aeten/Systems/Philadelphia/Fiserv) Subject: Forced upper case translation on FTP Greetings. Environment OS/390 2.6 We're replacing a package that performed file transfers from some of our field offices to use ftp. The ftp works fine, but sometimes the data comes across in lower case. The package being replaced handled translating everything into upper case. I checked the site commands in the manual and couldn't find anything that would handle this. Anyone out there have any ideas? Rob R. Goings Systems Programmer Archer Daniels Midland Co. Decatur Il. ---------------



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About all I can think of is a special translation table invoked for just this transmission. It is documented in the TCPIP Implementation guide. Rob_Goings@ADMWORLD.COM 03/15/02 02:39 PM Please respond to IBMTCP-L To: IBMTCP-L@VM.MARIST.EDU@FiservMail cc: (bcc: Leslie Elliott-Aeten/Systems/Philadelphia/Fiserv) Subject: Forced upper case translation on FTP Greetings. Environment OS/390 2.6 We're replacing a package that performed file transfers from some of our field offices to use ftp. The ftp works fine, but sometimes the data comes across in lower case. The package being replaced handled translating everything into upper case. I checked the site commands in the manual and couldn't find anything that would handle this. Anyone out there have any ideas? Rob R. Goings Systems Programmer Archer Daniels Midland Co. Decatur Il. ---------------







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"Goings, Rob" wrote: > Greetings. > > Environment OS/390 2.6 > > We're replacing a package that performed file transfers from some of our > field offices to use ftp. > > The ftp works fine, but sometimes the data comes across in lower case. > The package being replaced handled translating everything into upper case. > > I checked the site commands in the manual > and couldn't find anything that would handle this. > > Anyone out there have any ideas? > > Rob R. Goings > Systems Programmer > Archer Daniels Midland Co. > Decatur Il. > ---------------



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"Goings, Rob" wrote: > Greetings. > > Environment OS/390 2.6 > > We're replacing a package that performed file transfers from some of our > field offices to use ftp. > > The ftp works fine, but sometimes the data comes across in lower case. > The package being replaced handled translating everything into upper case. > > I checked the site commands in the manual > and couldn't find anything that would handle this. > > Anyone out there have any ideas? > > Rob R. Goings > Systems Programmer > Archer Daniels Midland Co. > Decatur Il. > ---------------


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