IBM System i

IBM i, formerly known as AS/400, is a proprietary, midrange, object-based operating and application system. It includes a relational database, a menu-driven interface, support for multiple users, block-oriented terminal support and printers, and supports security, communications, and web-based application servers including Websphere, Apache and Tomcat.

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SSH: Trying to send files in binary mode from STRQSH (phase). Is there a command like the FTP command "bin" I have tried the TYPE command but no success. How do we change transfer mode from ascii to binary?
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by:Per Tore Johansen
Hi Gary. I checked and it should be UTF-8 or 8859-1 so I used the cpytostmf with stmfccsid(1208) or 819. This was actually the problem not if the transmission was i binary or not. Thank you very much for all of your help!
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by:Gary Patterson
Excellent.
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please this is the error i get when i try installing oracle 12cplease this is the error I get anytime i try installing oracle 12c
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by:Geert G
well yeah, the reason is in the fine print of the installation manual
java -version probably won't help
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by:Vince Mabary
It would identify what if any java is installed, and thus lead to knowing where the gap exists.  The error makes it pretty clear JRE is not available on the system, but it could be a version issue.
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IBM System i

IBM i, formerly known as AS/400, is a proprietary, midrange, object-based operating and application system. It includes a relational database, a menu-driven interface, support for multiple users, block-oriented terminal support and printers, and supports security, communications, and web-based application servers including Websphere, Apache and Tomcat.

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