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Re: Saving > 65000 objects in a lib



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Hi Luis

Sounds like you can tweak the saves if you can use the SAV command so why not divide the save up into two parts by judicious use of the OMIT parameter.

You might be able to do something along the lines of storing the OMIT values (EG A* B* C* D* ) in a file and then reading it and in your save program specifying something long the lines of:

- SAVOBJ OBJ(*ALL) LIB(YOURLIB) OMIT(A* B* C* D*)
- SAVOBJ OBJ(A* B* C* D*) LIB(YOURLIB)

Not pretty but doable.

Food for though anyway

Regards
Evan Harris

Hi all,

One of our clients is trying to save a library with more than 65 000
objects and is, of course, hitting against the OS limit. In his case,
part of his problem is that he has a *lot* of files with several members
each.
I have been thinking of saving the library as an IFS object (SAV), but
cannot find the limits for this command. ¿Does anyone knows what those
are?

Thanks a lot,
Luis Rodriguez


---------------- Luis Rodriguez







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