Sent a library from one iSeries to another

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I sent a library from one iSeries to another. Is this the best and correct way of sending a library to another iSeries? Or should Save and Restore be the method? Thanks MG.
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  • pdraebel
    How have you sent it? Normally one would save the Lib to a save file, send the save file and restore on the destination site.
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  • Pgmr46

    thanks for the response. The plan is to do a savrstlib, but I thought trying navigator since it is a small library would be good. It did work but is it good practice for libraries?

    thanks

    mg

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  • Splat
    I've had issues using Navigator to try and move large objects.  I use both SAVRSTLIB and FTP to copy/move libraries between systems.
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  • TheRealRaven
    It's a good practice if it works. If it doesn't work, it's up to IBM either to fix it or to document exceptions. It's likely that iNav uses essentially the same process somewhere inside as SAVRSTxxx.
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  • ToddN2000
    How did you send it? If doing it save and restore method you need to make sure you set the target release parameter if they are running different versions.
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  • Pgmr46
    I did a savrstlib and all went well. thanks
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  • Splat
    Good to know if worked out for you.
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  • ToddN2000
    SAVRST is my preferred method when moving the whole library.
    Glad it went well for you.
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