Here is how to use the feature for library transfers to and from the mainframe. Examples are shown with the Windows directory structure- use the appropriate UNIX and Linux names when transferring to UNIX or Linux.
Example: TYPE=SEND FILEOPT=REPLACE FILETYPE=FILE LFILE=XCOM.TEST.PDS(*) FILE=C:\Testdirtree\*
This example assumes that the NT system already has an existing directory, 'Testdirtree' on the C drive. Replace will create any new files and overwrite any existing files of the same name.
Local File C:\Testdirtree\* Remote File XCOM.TEST.PDSname(*)
will send only the files that begin with 'a'
will transfer all of the .txt files only. This can also be used on Windows initiated receives from MVS.
will cause all of the PDS members to be created with the .doc extension on Windows.
will cause all of the PDS members to be in single .txt file. There will be a 1 line separation between the members
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