Rstlib restore file not library

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Backup
RSTLIB
Tape drives
how do you restore only certain file from a library backed up on tape?

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You can find any command by issuing the command using go cmd +beginning of the command followed by an *. In this case we think the command is RST so type:
go cmdrst*

you’ll find the command RSTOBJ which can restore an object to the original or different library. Remember to press F10 to see all parameters.

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You actually only need to type RST* — no need for GO nor CMD. You could also type R*, RS*, however many characters you can to narrow the list.

The generic form of a command seems to be IBM’s replacement for the original command — SLTCMD. You can type the full form — SLTCMD RST* — to get the same resulting list. But that’s dangerous because the ‘S’ and ‘D’ keys are right next to each other on the keyboard. The procedure for recovery after accidentally entering the wrong command isn’t fun.

Also, F10 shows “Additional parameters”. F9 shows “All parameters”. The difference is that F10 only shows whatever additional parameters are appropriate based upon the parameter values that have already been typed.

Tom

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