iseries question about SRTSQL

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AS/400
iSeries backup
iseries v5r4
When using STRSQL last night I deleted all of my history. Just wonder if there is a easy way to recover without bothering DBA with recovering backups on tape. DFHSM in the mainframe world was great about this sort of thing.

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as/400 iseries V5r3

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  • TomLiotta
    I don't think a backup/restore will help. AFAIK, these are stored in a kind of MI object in QRECOVERY, and there's no way to restore them individually. A full restore of the library _might_ do it, but that implies the possibility that a bunch of other hidden things in QRECOVERY would also be blasted. There was a time years ago when IBM provided a basic tool to help manage saved SQL sessions, but I haven't seen mention of it for a number of years. I suspect that once it's gone... it's gone. Even the tool can't help there. Tom
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