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The message "No Input field was found in row >" is not clear

The message "No Input field was found in row >" is not clear

The message "No Input field was found in row >" is not clear

Hello, engineers.
In my work, I am using Attachmate Reflection 2011 for IBM Mainframe. I go to TSO, ISPF option 6 and in
Attachmate ribbon select File Transfer to transfer data from mainframe file to text file to my desktop hard drive location O:\DaemonTextFile.txt So far, the transfer from Mainframe file to hard drive has always been successful. Today, I needed to transfer data from O:\DaemonTextFile.txt to mainframe file and I got the message “No Input field was found in row >”.
I verified the files names on my hard drive and the Mainframe PDS library. All files were in place. For reliability, I also copy paste the file names and paths to File Transfer, Local and Host boxes.
I played with option “ASCII file CR/LF”, checked it out and unchecked, it did not help me; always was getting “No Input field was found in row >”. I Googled the message, but not much help. I went to Attachmate Help screen and no error messages manual. Can anybody help or give me a hint to resolve that message?
Thank you.

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