Create Duplicate Object using CRTDUPOBJ

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I have tried to copy the records from 1 physical file TESTING(PF) to another physical file TESTING1 using CRTDUPOBJ. But after using RUNQRY *N TESTING1 I could not see any records in this help. Can anyone help me?

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The CRTDUPOBJ command has the parameter DATA which controls whether or not the data of a physical file or save file is duplicated when duplicating the object. The default is *NO. Have you changed this parameter value to*YES?

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  • deepu9321
    You could use CRTDUPOBJ only when TESTING1 file is not available. You should be using DATA(*YES) on this command.

    If you already have TESTING1 file with same format, You could consider using CPYF Command.

    Pradeep.
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  • deepu9321
    Click Here to get more info on using CRTDUPOBJ & CPYF Commands.
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