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JCL to Unzip and decrypt a ASCII Text Armored file to NT directory

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I have ASCII Text Armored file that need to be unzipped and Decrypted on the DB2 mainframe via JCL. We have unzip and decrypt software on the system I can use. Need a sample JCL to Unzip and Decrypt the  input file then push the unzipped files to a directory on the NT file server directory called 'Finaldestination'.
Need this JCL ASAP. Thanks
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by:Lowfatspread
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how do you use it?
via tso?
 (you just want and IEKFET1A batch job?)
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by:gaplee
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Yes. I use it via tso.
Not sure what this means ?(you just want and IEKFET1A batch job?)

Thanks
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IKJEFT1A

is the name of a program which runs TSO in batch...

(others are IKJEFT01, IKJEFT02)

how do you invoke the unzip & decrypt programs
and what do you use to ftp the files to the NT machine....

I'd have thought the sysprogrs at your site would have some established JCL proc already to do this sort of thing...

if you want further help
i'll need to know

which mainframe o/s
which JES

and probably the output from a

LISTA ST SYS H  tso command.

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