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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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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