z/os uss directory/file errors
|Reported by:||Steve Mann||Owned by:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Other|
|Operating system version:||Windows Vista 32bit|
Problems with FileZilla client 188.8.131.52 and z/OS USS directories and files. These happen with servertype set to "default(autodetect)" or "MVS, OS/390, z/OS" in SiteManager.
If I issue a change directory for USS in z/OS, the FileZilla changes the second or later / to a . in the directory name.
Command: CWD '/etc'
Response: 250 HFS directory /etc is the current working directory
Response: 257 "/etc" is the HFS working directory.
Command: CWD msussl
Response: 250 HFS directory /etc/msussl is the current working directory
Response: 257 "/etc/msussl" is the HFS working directory.
At this point I really am in directory /etc/msussl but it displays in FileZilla as /etc.msussl
File transfers are also being messed up. Sending a file to /etc/msussl should end as /etc/msussl/file but FileZilla is sending it as /etc.msussl(file).
Command: STOR '/etc.msussl(CA.der)'
Response: 125 Storing data set /etc.msussl(CA.der)
Response: 250 Transfer completed successfully.
Retrieving a file does this also. This should have been retrieving file /etc/msussl/CA.der
Command: RETR '/etc.msussl(CA.der)'
Response: 550 Command RETR fails: /etc.msussl(CA.der) does not exist.
Error: Critical error