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Re: WRKDBF is coming soon to an Internet near you ...!



fixed

I tried the UNDEL2 on v6r1. (just downloaded it)
I had to recompile UNDEL2R and UNDELM2 as they were missing creation data.

after that it worked just fine.

Bryan


On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 12:02 PM, Reger, Bill <BillR@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Many people lost the Undelete when they restored their WRKDBF library for a
new OS/400 release. There is a System Value QVFYOBJRST which (depending of
its value) generally restricts "User State Objects" from being restored.
Dave McKenzie's (sp?) earlier Undelete programs were user-state objects and
thus wouldn't restore unless the system value was modified. Many did
not/would not change it.

I've updated WRKDBF's Undelete to one of Dave's later releases which is not
a user-state object. The Undelete works fine on V5R4. There -is- an open
question about Undelete on V6R1 but I cannot check that release. So we'll
have to stay tuned in that regard.

Bill

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Subject: RE: WRKDBF is coming soon to an Internet near you ...!


Great news Bill!!!!!

I was wondering if the undelete record option will work with the new
version. Seems I lost it once I went to 5.4.

Thanks again!!!!

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