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Re: As/400 tape restore


     Assuming that you can't use RSTOBJ, I'd probably use CYPFRMTAP (Copy 
     From Tape) which lets you specify the record length of the saved file. 
     You may need to create a tapf if the tape you are trying to read is 
     coded in ASCII, or uses non-standard tape labels. Otherwise, 
     QGPL/QTAPE should be adequate as your tapf.     [:) 
     Eric A DeLong      

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Subject: As/400 tape restore 
Author:  <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com > at INTERNET
Date:    2/13/98 6:54 PM

I received a tape that has a list of files and libraries with a fixed record 
length of 256. What command do I use to restore the tape contents to an as/400 
ver3, rel 2.

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