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PostPosted: 16 Sep 2011 2:53 
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Hi.
We have a problem with the file transfer module. In a ftp, where the origen is Zos, and destination is Unix (Red Hat), in the end of every lines,in the document appears the symbol of carriage return.
We look all the parameters in the File_Transfer Module,in the AFT configuration (the server is installed on Red Hat) and we don´t find nothing to resolve it.
something with the same problem?

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PostPosted: 19 Sep 2011 1:05 
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Solved.

The file destination is on a Windows server. But the destination in the job, not is a Windows path. Is a NFS unix path.

If the system are Windows7, the user could see the file without problem. With a inferior system,in the file appear the carriage return symbol at the end of every lines.

The solution is use a user Windows in the AFT with acces the NFS path. In the case that cant be installed a agent in the server of the destination.

In this multiplataform proyect, the users used the NFS paths in the distinct systems to share the files.


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