When using the STRTCPFTP command in a CL program, use the source type CLP, not CLLE if you want it to compile....
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We're on V4R4 and even if the command is allowed in batch, it won't compile. This was not in the documentation -- nor on the IBM Web site -- so it was quite frustrating to figure it out. It would have saved me a couple hours if I'd known.
PGM PARM(&FNAME) DCL VAR(&FNAME) TYPE(*CHAR) LEN(10) CLRPFM FILE(MXPGM/QCLLESRC) MBR(FTPOUTPUTI) CLRPFM FILE(MXPGM/QCLLESRC) MBR(MX0512F) CALL PGM(MX0513C) PARM(&FNAME) OVRDBF FILE(INPUT) TOFILE(MXPGM/QCLLESRC) MBR(MX0512F) OVRDBF FILE(OUTPUT) TOFILE(MXPGM/QCLLESRC) + MBR(FTPOUTPUTI) STRTCPFTP RMTSYS('xxx.xxx.xxx.xx') endpgm