Refresh data from one AS/400 to another

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We have a production AS400 for our users and a test AS400 for our developers and we would like the data to match. Is there a way to refresh the data from the production box to the test box?

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Hi,

Check whether Data Transfer utility is present in ur application. Using that, you can copy the Data from Production, Pseudo-production, and QA to Test environment. You can select the PolicY #, Product and Division.

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  • Gilly400
    Hi, You should be able to use SAVRSTOBJ or SAVRSTLIB to save and restore between the 2 machines. Once you've done this once to get everything synchronized, you should be able to use SAVCHGOBJ to save to a save file to get your production changes and send the save file to your development machine. Regards, Martin Gilbert.
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  • wpoulin
    Jean43, Another option; We have the same situation, but create save files of our production environment then thru FTP transfer the save files to our development system and then use rstobj and rstlib. I would be willing to share the code if you're interested. Hope this helps, Bill Poulin
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  • Jean43
    Gilly400 - would the SAVRSTOBJ or SAVRSTLIB work if we're using BRMS? I'm new to BRMS and don't know anything about it. Thanks.
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  • Jean43
    Wpoulin - Sure, I'd like the code if you're willing. Please send to jean.lynch@lactalis.us. Thanks.
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  • Gilly400
    Hi, The SAVRST* commands work outside of BRMS - you don't need BRMS to use them. BRMS shouldn't have any effect on them. Regards, Martin Gilbert.
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