Tip

Delivering report via FTP

FTPSPLF command can be used for delivering a report to a remote FTP server via FTP manually. This command can also be called from RJSWRKOUTQ and RJSWRKSPLF report selection screens when option 14 is selected.

Parameters description: Spool File Name: Enter the AS/400 spool file name.

JOBNAME/USERNAME/JOBNUMBER: Enter the selected spool file job name, user name and job number.

Spool File Number: Enter the selected spool file number.

Report conversion type : AFP/HTM/PCL/PDF/PRN/RTF/SPL/TIF/TXT

Compress report: YES/NO

Control character: *PRTCTL/*FCFC/*NONE

Remote system: Enter the IP address or host name for the remote FTP server where the report will be delivered.

To remote file name: Enter the remote FTP path and filename where the report will get delivered on the remote FTP server

User profile on remote system: Enter the user ID for the remote FTP server.

Password to remote system: Enter the password for the remote FTP server.

FTP log option: *NONE/*DSP/*PRT

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