SMP/E messup

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SMP/E. I had a ptf go PE'd after I install in production. It was causing errors, and I needed to back off. In a rush, I accidently ran a reject on two ptfs prior to running a restore. Now I have two ptfs applied but not received. A restore check shows I would need to accept many, many ptfs. Also, in the mean time, the vendor provided a zap to correct the PE'd ptf. So now I would like to just re-receive the two ptfs I ran the reject agains. Can I do a receive redo? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
ASKED: April 17, 2008  1:50 PM
UPDATED: April 18, 2008  4:27 PM

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When you download PTFs you can either get all co requesite and pre requeiste PTF or not. You will see a way just to order just the 2 you want and ignore checking on the system. If you order the PTFs on the green screen press F9 for all the options. If you order via the web for save to your system, which is faster on the download, there is a button option to do the same thing, do not check what is on the system. I hope this helps.

Bruce B. lovemyi

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