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:  < > 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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