OpenVMS Advanced File Transfer Options Dialog Box
How do I get to this dialog box?
Open a VT terminal session and then open the Transfer Settings dialog box.
The steps depend on your user interface mode.
User Interface Mode Steps Ribbon On the Session tab, from the Transfer group, click the Transfer Settings launcher: Reflection Browser On the Reflection menu, choose Tools and then File Transfer. In the Transfer dialog box, click the Settings button. TouchUx Tap the Wrench icon and then under Tools, select File Transfer. In the Transfer dialog box, click the Settings button.
From the Transfer Settings dialog box, select the WRQ/Reflection protocol.
Click the WRQ tab.
Under Host system options, from the System type list, select OpenVMS.
Click the Advanced button.
|Submit to print queue on send||Select to submit the file to the SYS$PRINT queue upon completion of the transfer. Once the file has been submitted to the print queue, it is automatically deleted on the host, unless the Keep file after submitting option is selected.|
|Submit to batch queue on send||Select to submit the file on the OpenVMS host to the SYS$BATCH queue upon completion of an ASCII transfer. Once the file has been submitted to the batch queue, it is automatically deleted on the host unless the Keep file after submitting option is selected.|
|Keep file after submitting||This option is unavailable (dimmed) unless either the Submit to print queue or Submit to batch queue is selected. Once the files are in the queue, they are deleted unless you select this option.|
|Preserve record counts||Select to transfer record byte counts with the data during a binary transfer to the host; this transfers files in DECDx format.|
|Use block reads||Select to force VAXLINK2 to read the host file in block mode rather than record mode. For certain files in non-standard formats, this transfers every byte that is actually contained in the file, without regard to record lengths or carriage controls. It is equivalent to using the image transfer method but omitting the image header information.|
|Translate carriage control||Select to translate FORTRAN or PRINT carriage control characters in OpenVMS files. Without this setting, you can enable TranslateCharacters to prevent carriage control characters from being translated unpredictably. When carriage control characters are not translated, they become part of the file's records.|