ftping entire source physical file

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Dear All,

How to do ftping for entire source physical file which is having different members types to other enviornment so that in that enviornment (say Production) that members could be opened in edit mode.

Thanks

 



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AS/400

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Your best bet may be to do it via a SAVF.

Create a save file (CRTSAVF).

Then save the object source file (SAVOBJ) to the save file.

Depending on the release of the target system you may need to change the
parameter for target release.

Then FTP the source.savf to the remote system.

Once there, restore the object source (RSTOBJ).

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  • 6r
    but it could only restore the objects,and what about the sources of members contained in that source physical file will they also be available in target release enviornment?
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  • TomLiotta
    but it could only restore the objects... When you save a *FILE physical file object, the members are saved as part of it. The entire file (including the members) can be restored or individual members can be restored. The parameters of the RSTOBJ command allow you to choose how the restore should be done. Tom
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