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Date:         Thu, 5 Aug 1999 09:45:29 -0400
Reply-To:     "F.J. Kelley" <jkelley@ARCHES.UGA.EDU>
Sender:       "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:         "F.J. Kelley" <jkelley@ARCHES.UGA.EDU>
Subject:      Re: FTP to Internal Reader
Comments: To: jpadilla@HOOKED.NET
In-Reply-To:  <199908050311.UAA10965@mom.hooked.net>
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it is an interesting feature of ftp on an mvs system. If you send "type=jes" the file is read by the internal reader. however, if you will want held output, you will need to check with your systems folks about which they recommend. To get output held in the appropriate class, you can ftp back to mvs, give the "type=jes" stmt, then type "dir" to see your held job output. You can get it with something like get Jjobnum.n (where "n" is the number corresponding to the portion of the held output you want - ie output written to SASLIST might be in J1066.5 ). To get all the output (JES, JCL, etc) use "get Jjobnum.x" (where "x" is x). If you wanted to get fancy, you could probably have your MVS pgm execute a program (rexec or ftp) that transferred the output back to your unix (nt? os/2?) box, though I'd be concerned about embedding a password in a program. --Joe


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