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  • Defining file format

    I would have though this had been beaten to death - I searched, but couldn't find anything showing what I'm doing wrong (?).

    I'm comparing 2 folders, one of the PC, one of the mainframe via FTP. On the one side, I'm picking a file called xxxxxx.CBL - on the FTP site, they're called ftp://userid1@xxx.xxx.xxx.xx/'xxxxxx.xxxx.cobol'.

    My file formats are defined as shown in the first capture. The comparison results are shown in the second capture. If I then change the file format manually from cobol source to cobol ebcdic, the results are shown correctly.

    How do I have to define my file format for cobol ebcdic so it's chosen automatically ????

    On a different matter - the amount of files I can upload is getting quite full. How do I clean out old attachments ?

  • #2
    Try making the EBCDIC file format's mask *.cobol' (note the trailing single quote).
    ZoŽ P Scooter Software

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    • #3
      Thanks Craig, but that DIDN'T solve it

      My general setting for the COBOL ebcdic is now
      *.cobol'
      and the results are the same from the first append.

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      • #4
        Could you please email your Support.zip (Help menu -> Support; Export) and a link to this forum post to
        support@scootersoftware.com
        ?
        Aaron P Scooter Software

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        • #5
          Done

          as requested

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