Configure Record Separator Dialog Box

Getting there

This dialog box applies only to ASCII file transfers using the WRQ/Reflection protocol.

A record separator is a character string that signifies the end of a data stream, or record. Which character string serves as a record separator can vary according to the computer.

To host

 

Translate record separator

Select to remove the record separators listed in the PC record separator box from the file, and replace them with the record separator appropriate for the host.

 

PC record separator

By default, the most common record separator for PCs, carriage return/line feed (CR/LF), is specified.

 

Insert special characters

Select to type the character string you want Reflection to interpret as your PC's record separator. The characters you type on your keyboard will appear in the PC record separator box.

From host

 

Translate record separator

Select to remove the record separators for the host from the file and replace them with the record separator in the Host record separator box.

 

Host record separator

By default, the most common record separator for PCs, carriage return/line feed (CR/LF), is specified.

 

Insert special characters

Select to type the character string you want Reflection to interpret as your PC's record separator. The characters you type on your keyboard will appear in the Host record separator box.

Related Topics

WRQ Tab (Transfer Settings Dialog Box)

Configure File Transfer