Restoration file problem due to a different release ??

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Restore files
Dear Sirs

, recently we change our version to V5R4 in our producton system. When we tried to restore a save file that was saved in V5R3 we experience the following :

Files in the disk which should be replaced from the restoration got extension 001 (for example FILE0P became FILE0001) and all logicals remain to be attached to this file(FILE0001) . Please be so kind and inform me how can i bybass this problem and do the file restoration successfully , without the extension 0001.

Thank you sirs!!!

 

 

 

ASKED: September 18, 2009  10:28 PM
UPDATED: September 19, 2009  11:11 AM

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If the restored on the system and have data, can you not just rename them to what you want them to be?
Or just do a CPYF to the correct file name?

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  • SAMANDI
    Dear Sir, files are very big and for this reason i can't use CPYF and
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  • SAMANDI
    Dear Sir, files are very big and for this reason i can’t use CPYF command.
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