RE: Creating a text file with Iseries Charles M Carroll 29.Apr.08 12:36 AM a Web browser Domino Designer 6.5.6iSeries
As Andrei replied, you want to set CHARSET="ascii" on the LotusScript Open statement. Otherwise the default will be to open the file under the platform code page, which on the iSeries will be a EBCDIC code page. Which is the reason the output appears to be garbage (it is readable if you use a EBCDIC viewer to view). See the help on the Open statement and other valid values for CHARSET - covered in the "MIME charset values" section.