I'm seeing a discrepancy between what AIX's ftp command does and what EDT ftp/j-pro does when transferring a file from a Windows machine if the file contains the sequence 0D0D0A. It looks like AIX removes both ODs while ftp/j only removes 1. Is this what is actually happening? If so is it a bug in ftp/j or in AIX?
EDIT: My math was off yesterday. It turns out that ftp/j-pro is not stripping ANYTHING from the sequence 0d0d0a. Thus the file on the target system still contains the 0d0a sequence (albeit with a 0d prefix).
EDIT 2 (Last edit): I've been able to determine the reason for this character sequence. The file is laid out as records with each record starting on a new line. However, records can be long enough that they have to be broken up into multiple lines so whatever is generating the records is adding 0D as a record delimiter. Since it is generated on a Windows machine each record ends with <end-of-record><CR><LF> ie 0D0D0A,