AS/400

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DLTF LEE/EMP will delete this file
If it is a PF and has LF built over it, you will need to delete the LFs first.

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  • TomLiotta
    I don't understand the question. The object is already found if you know the name and library and type (file). If it's a file, you delete it with a DLTF (Delete File) command. Tom
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  • gfprogrammer
    Remember if you recompile a pf all the data will be lost. Make a copy of the data first and then do a cpyf with map/drop to the new file.
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  • philpl1jb
    It's like deja-vu, all over again. Yogi Berra
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  • MDratwa
    If it is a PF, you can use "CHGPF" if you changed the DDS. It will add or delete the field(s) and copy the data after the change (if a field is deleted, that data will be lost). If there is any LF over this file, the new fields will not be included in the LF(s).
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  • mmohan393
    [...] 7. Philpl1jb shows his humor side discussing how to delete an object in an AS/400 physical file. [...]
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  • mmohan393
    thank u all
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