UTS comes with two file transfer protocols that you can use to send and receive files to and from the host:
OS 2200 - lets you transfer files between your PC and an OS 2200 Editor
For example, you can create a text file using a word processor on your PC and upload the file to the OS 2200 Editor. The resulting file would appear just as it would if you had entered the text directly into the OS 2200 Editor. Conversely, you can download OS 2200 files from the host to be used on your PC.
MAPPER - lets you upload PC files to the host as MAPPER reports or download MAPPER reports to your PC
You should be able to transfer files using these protocols without making any modifications to their configurations. However, you can customize the configurations to optimize the performance of these protocols at your site.
To configure the OS 2200 file transfer protocol
If a UTS session is not already open, open one.
From the Options menu, click Session Type.
From the File Transfer Protocol list box, click OS2200 Editor.
If OS2200 Editor is already selected, be sure to click the list box before you proceed to step 4.
Click the desired tabs and complete each one.
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