Reading a Save File

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I have automated a process that does the following Collects objects to be FTp's to a remote system Builds a save file of these objects and FTP's them to a remote AS/400 I would like to automate the receive side to restore the objects with little or no intervention. What I need to do is read the save file in order to get the objects saved and the save library. How can retreive this information from the save file ? Thanks

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Well, you can’t do a “DSPSAVF” to a file, but you can do it to print, then
perform a CPYSPLF of the output you create to a database file that can then
be read… but why not just restore all objects in the SAVF, unless you want
to exclude specific objects?
Marc Carpenter

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  • cmarsellus
    Use the RSTOBJ command to restore objects from the save file. The command list parameters to exclude objects or the default to restore all objects in the save file.
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