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FTP Problem

Postby Nazma » Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:44 pm

Hi,

I am transfering a flat file from Mainframe to windows server. When I am doing FTP, I am getting this following error message. Can anyone suggest.

FTP will not remove TRAILING sequence numbers
PUT 'CAM70.I400.OEPSMDM.ZIP' OEPSMDM.ZIP
Usage: PUT localfile <foreignname>
Std Return Code = 27000, Error Code = 00007
>>> QUIT
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Re: FTP Problem

Postby Robert Sample » Wed Oct 20, 2010 4:28 pm

Is the FTP binary or text? The message implies you're transferring text data but the data names (.zip) indicate binary data.
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Re: FTP Problem

Postby MrSpock » Wed Oct 20, 2010 4:33 pm

You need to resolve the error "FTP will not remove TRAILING sequence numbers".

Wasn't there an EZY** message associated with this error?
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Re: FTP Problem

Postby Nazma » Wed Oct 20, 2010 7:09 pm

This FTP is binary.
Wht is EZY message?
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Re: FTP Problem

Postby MrSpock » Wed Oct 20, 2010 7:26 pm

Nazma wrote:Wht is EZY message?


I would've thought you'd see a message like:

EZYFS34W FTP will not remove type sequence numbers
|Explanation:
|FTP is configured with the value FALSE on the SEQNUMSUPPORT parameter in |the FTP.DATA file but FTP has detected possible sequence numbers in the input. |These sequence numbers are not removed; however, this situation can cause |an error in FTP processing.

|In the message text:

||type |The type of sequence numbers that were detected. Possible values are: ||LEADING |A sequence number was detected in columns 1 - 8 of the input record. | |TRAILING |A sequence number was detected in the last 8 bytes of the input record. | || ||Example:
|EZYFS34W FTP will not remove LEADING sequence numbers
|EZYFS34W FTP will not remove TRAILING sequence numbers|System action:
|FTP continues processing the command.

|Operator response:
|No action needed.

|User response:
|Determine whether the input FTP subcommands contain sequence numbers. If |the input does contain sequence numbers, do one of the following:

||Use an editor and remove sequence numbers. |Add the SEQNUMSUPPORT TRUE value to the FTP.DATA file. |When FTP runs in batch mode and you cannot change the FTP.DATA file, |temporarily concatenate the required command to the FTP.DATA file: | //SYSFTPD DD DSN=SYS1.TCPPARMS(FTPDATA),DISP=SHR CURRENT FTP.DATA FILE
| // DD *
| SEQNUMSUPPORT TRUE
| /*
|System programmer response:
|To ignore sequence numbers, add the SEQNUMSUPPORT TRUE parameter to the |FTP.DATA file.

|Problem determination:
|None.

|Source:
|z/OS Communications Server TCP/IP: FTP
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Re: FTP Problem

Postby SGZ » Thu Oct 28, 2010 12:34 pm

hey,
it seems your file is numberd.
try unn command in sdsf, that should be working.
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