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RE: Test Data creation ideas


  • Subject: RE: Test Data creation ideas
  • From: Neil Palmer <npalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 20 Feb 1998 00:07:22 -0700

fixed

They will point to the newly created physical file that was duplicated
in the same CRTDUPOBJ of all objects in your library.  You could also do
a generic CRTDUPOBJ of files CUST* and get the same results.  The key is
to duplicate them in one run of the CRTDUPOBJ command (not doing
individual CRTDUPOBJ for each file) - OR CRTDUPOBJ of the physical file
first then the logicals afterwards.



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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tim Truax [SMTP:truax@usaor.net]
> Sent: Thursday, February 19, 1998 11:38 PM
> To:   ML - Midrange-L
> Subject:      Test Data creation ideas
> 
> Hello all,
> I would like to ask a question concerning the best way to create test
> data for checking my AS400 applications.  If I have a library where
> the
> production files reside, and  I have a physical file named CUSTOMER
> and
> I have 3 logicals off of CUSTOMER named CUSTL1 CUSTL2 CUSTL3 that are
> production files.  If I do a CRTDUPOBJ to my test library of all 4 of
> these files, will the copied logicals point correctly to the physical
> file CUSTOMER in my test library or will they still be pointed to the
> production library physical file named CUSTOMER?  Any and all help
> richly appreciated.  Thanks to all, and have a nice weekend.
> --
> :-) Tim & Dana Truax (-:
> 
> 
> 
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