Sunday, September 20, 2009

Unleash the power of i5/os on your windows server using the QNTC File System

Once you have QNTC configured, and you have a user profile that can perform operations on your target Windows file shares, you can use QNTC to read and write stream file data to a Windows server in the same way you would normally use the root (/) directory of the IFS, the QDLS file system, or the OpenSys IFS file systems in application programs. Your Windows file systems merely become targets for ASCII and stream file operations, which gives you the ability to use your Windows servers to read and update Windows data in OS/400 programs or to back up Windows data to an OS/400-based tape drive by using the Save Object (SAV) command

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