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Posted By joneja
Well thanks Perderabo! That clears a lot of...
Well thanks Perderabo!
That clears a lot of doubts I had regarding the script.

Thanks
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Posted By joneja
and I am a fool it seems...Was looking at todays...
and I am a fool it seems...Was looking at todays thread and dont know why I ended up on a thread 2 years old!
Sorry folks....Ignore my previous mail... by mistake I thought this thread is new.
...
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Posted By joneja
Hi, Well I was trying to see what exactly...
Hi,

Well I was trying to see what exactly the script Livinfree posted is doing.

I couldnt understand.

Using man I could get that tput smso and rmso is for getting standout mode seq started...
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Posted By joneja
Hi Google, I use CD to FTP data files to MF...
Hi Google,

I use CD to FTP data files to MF and then submit JCLs in MF which work on this data file.
Can you give me an example how I can submit a JCL using CD?

What I still havent been able...
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Posted By joneja
Hey Kduffin......this worked! The syntax I was...
Hey Kduffin......this worked!
The syntax I was using was wrong.
With this it worked fine.

I created a jcl file and stored it in UNIX, the work of this jcl file was to send an email to me through...
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Posted By joneja
^M chars should be the cause. You can remove...
^M chars should be the cause.
You can remove them by opening the file in vi editor and using the foll command in the command mode:

%s/ctrl-v ctrl-m//g
(finally, it should show :%s/^M//g)
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Posted By joneja
Well yes the FTP works fine....and It should...
Well yes the FTP works fine....and It should because the script logs on to MF server and FTPs the file there. What doesnt work is the command "site file".
MF is not recognizing this command and I...
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Posted By joneja
Executing JCL through UNIX
Hi,

I am trying to execute a JCL in mainframe through solaris but it doent seem to work.

I have used the following script on a suggestion

#!/bin/ksh
ftp -n << EOF
open <servername>
user...
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