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Re: Getting a Log from the FTPAPI Transactions

   One option is to use dspjoblog
   DSPJOBLOG JOB(123456/USER/JOB)  OUTPUT(*PRINT)      (Or you could
   output to a *OUTFILE if that suits better)
   You can get the job details from wrkjob for interactive or wrkactjob
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   From:    Mike Wills <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
   To:      HTTPAPI and FTPAPI Projects <ftpapi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
   Date:    19/10/2012 12:46 PM
   Subject: Re: Getting a Log from the FTPAPI Transactions
   Sent by: ftpapi-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

   It's been a while, how do I force a dumb of the job log? Not finding it
   Mike Wills
   On Wed, Oct 17, 2012 at 10:55 PM, Scott Klement <sk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
   > The ftp_log() API will enable logging for all FTP sessions, or
   > can be used to enable it for only one session.
   > Once enabled, the FTP protocol data will be written to the job log.
   IF this
   > is a one-time deal, it might be easiest to do that, then dump the job
   log to
   > a spooled file, and e-mail it to yourself.
   > If this will be an ongoing need, you can use the FTP_xproc()
   procedure to
   > register an exit procedure.  Use the FTP_EXTLOG exit point, and it
   will send
   > all of the logging information to a procedure of your choice instead
   > sending it to the job log.  You can then write code that puts it into
   > file, or whatever is convenient for you.  This way, you can make it
   > nice in an e-mail, and make it go automatically (without a need for
   > like dumping a job log.)
   > -SK
   > On 10/17/2012 9:29 PM, Mike Wills wrote:
   >> How can I get a log dump of the FTP transaction so I can email to
   >> --
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