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Re: Restoring from a Save file


  • Subject: Re: Restoring from a Save file
  • From: bdietz@xxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2000 17:47:48 -0500

fixed


It was a treat when I restored those objects.  First you have to create the
directory using the "md or mkdir" command

md '/xml4c310'
md '/xml4c310/xml4csrc3_1_0'
md '/xml4c310/xml4csrc3_1_0/doc'
md '/xml4c310/xml4csrc3_1_0/include'

Then you can use the following syntax:

 RST DEV('/qsys.lib/xml.lib/XMLHDRSDOC.file')
     OBJ(('/xml4c310/xml4csrc3_1_0/doc/*' *INCLUDE))
     OUTPUT(*print)

 RST DEV('/qsys.lib/xml.lib/XMLHDRSDOC.file')
     OBJ(('/xml4c310/xml4csrc3_1_0/include/*' *INCLUDE))
     OUTPUT(*print)

this will get you what you want.

Good Luck,
Bryan Dietz




                                                                                
                            
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Hi
     anyone know the correct RST* command for the following:

                       Display Saved Objects - Save File

 Display level . . . . . :   1
 Directory . . . . . . . :     /xml4c310/xml4csrc3_1_0


 Type options, press Enter.
   5=Display objects in subdirectory   8=Display object specific
information

 Opt  Object              Type        Owner             Size  Data
      doc                 *DIR        XML              39424  Yes
      include             *DIR        XML              34816  Yes


Bottom
 F3=Exit   F11=Display names only   F12=Cancel   F16=Display header
 F22=Display entire field


Its in a save file XMLHDRSDOC in library MIKE ao I've been trying all
combos of
:

RST DEV('/qsys.lib/mike.lib/xmlhdrsdoc.file')

with no joy (or am i barking up a wrong tree ?).

Help !!!

TIA

Mike


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