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    Hello,

    I am trying to do a directory compare on a z/OS 1.7 mainframe via FTP/TSL. The connection establishes correctly (I verified), however, I keep getting a "EDC5129I No such file or directory" message. Upon inspecting the log, I notice that the CWD command is adding an extra slash to the directory ("/"). Is there a way to disable this "extra" slash?

    Here is my log file (with my user name replaced with xxuserxx and server address replaced with x’s):


    2/20/2008 9:59:26 AM Stat> Connected.
    2/20/2008 9:59:26 AM Recv> 220-FTPTLSD1 IBM FTP CS V1R7 at xxx.xxxx.xxxx.xxx, 09:58:46 on 2008-02-20.
    2/20/2008 9:59:26 AM Recv> 220 Connection will close if idle for more than 5 minutes.
    2/20/2008 9:59:26 AM Sent> AUTH TLS
    2/20/2008 9:59:26 AM Recv> 234 Security environment established - ready for negotiation
    2/20/2008 9:59:26 AM Sent> USER XXuserXX
    2/20/2008 9:59:26 AM Recv> 331 Send password please.
    2/20/2008 9:59:26 AM Sent> PASS ********
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Recv> 230 XXuserXX is logged on. Working directory is "XXuserXX.".
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Sent> FEAT
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Recv> 211- Extensions supported
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Recv> AUTH TLS
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM PBSZ
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM PROT
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM 211 End
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Sent> TYPE I
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Recv> 200 Representation type is Image
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Sent> SYST
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Recv> 215 MVS is the operating system of this server. FTP Server is running on z/OS.
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Sent> PWD
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Recv> 257 "'XXuserXX.'" is working directory.
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Sent> CWD 'XXuserXX.'
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Recv> 250 "XXuserXX." is the working directory name prefix.
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Sent> CWD 'sys1.maclib'
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Recv> 250 The working directory "SYS1.MACLIB" is a partitioned data set
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Sent> PWD
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Recv> 257 "'SYS1.MACLIB'" partitioned data set is working directory.
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Sent> CWD 'XXuserXX.'
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Recv> 250 "XXuserXX." is the working directory name prefix.
    2/20/2008 9:59:27 AM Sent> CWD 'sys1.maclib.old'
    2/20/2008 9:59:28 AM Recv> 250 The working directory "SYS1.MACLIB.OLD" is a partitioned data set
    2/20/2008 9:59:28 AM Sent> PWD
    2/20/2008 9:59:28 AM Recv> 257 "'SYS1.MACLIB.OLD'" partitioned data set is working directory.
    2/20/2008 9:59:28 AM Sent> CWD /'SYS1.MACLIB'
    2/20/2008 9:59:28 AM Recv> 550 CWD cmd failed : EDC5129I No such file or directory.
    2/20/2008 9:59:28 AM Sent> CWD /'SYS1.MACLIB.OLD'
    2/20/2008 9:59:28 AM Unable to load 'SYS1.MACLIB': CWD cmd failed : EDC5129I No such file or directory.

    2/20/2008 9:59:28 AM Recv> 550 CWD cmd failed : EDC5129I No such file or directory.
    2/20/2008 9:59:28 AM Unable to load 'SYS1.MACLIB.OLD': CWD cmd failed : EDC5129I No such file or directory.

    2/20/2008 9:59:28 AM Load comparison: ftps://[email protected]:621//'SYS1.MACLIB' <-> ftps://[email protected]:621//'SYS1.MACLIB.OLD'

  • #2
    Cirrus doesn't currently support z/OS. It's currently on the todo list and should be added relatively soon.
    Zoë P Scooter Software

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    • #3
      Good to know! Thanks.

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      • #4
        Hey, any update on when this might be in place? Thanks.

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        • #5
          I too would like to know when FTP to Z/OS (VM and MVS) will be implemented.

          On VM will it be possible to FTP files on a temp disk? In MVS will it be possible to sspecify where to look (i.e. a specific data set but not neccesarily your userid?

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          • #6
            It should be in before the final release; other than that I can't be more specific because it will depend on how other bug priorities pan out. It should work the same as BC2, so if it can handle temp disks then BC3 should too.
            Zoë P Scooter Software

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            • #7
              The current release has my best effort at supporting MVS. I can't test it inhouse, and Claude has tested it enough to tell me that it isn't working. I now need some technical details on how MVS's different path syntaxes work in order to move it forward. If you can help email [email protected].
              Zoë P Scooter Software

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              • #8
                Thanks Craig. I will send you an email shortly.

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