AS/400 restoring a save file

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AS/400
AS/400 performance
QCLSRC
I can display tne save file on the as400 -qclsrc qcmdsrc qddssrc qrpgsrc when i restore with the command below I recieve value on device parameter not valid... Not sure why...===> RST DEV('QSYS.LIB/PMLIB.LIB/SCANSAVE.FILE') OBJ(('/Q*' *INCLUDE)) ALWOBJDIF(*ALL) It is a *file in PMLIB with the attribute of an savf see below

  Library . . . . .   PMLIB                SCANSAVE    *FILE       SAVF 

 Opt  Object             Type     Attribute     Owner         Size (K)   Data        QCLSRC             *FILE    PF            QPGMR              124   YES         QCMDSRC            *FILE    PF            QPGMR               56   YES         QDDSSRC            *FILE    PF            QPGMR              172   YES         QRPGSRC            *FILE    PF            QPGMR              196   YES                                                                                 

 

                                             



Software/Hardware used:
AS400
ASKED: October 15, 2010  7:44 PM
UPDATED: October 15, 2010  11:46 PM

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I ended up creating a library SCANLIB<b> to match the saved library for whoever worte this software. Then I could restore the objects… Then I moved themn to the library I wanted and then deleted the library <b>SCANLIB</b>… Thanks Tom for the right click option to save the savf from the article.</b>

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  • TomLiotta
    You're welcome. It took me a few clicks to figure out what that link was doing. I hope to look through that set of programs to see what they do. There seems to be a lot of pieces for what should be a fairly simple process. Glad you worked the restore out. Tom
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