I need an example of this that doesn't work - I think you had said that things won't work if other objects used are not present - of course, that's the case. I think Steve's assumption is that the environment is the same.
My point is that sjl seemed to be saying that CLPs from older systems
can always be restored on newer systems and run perfectly fine. But
this isn't true.
I had a secondary point which is that on systems other than IBM i, theThis seems to be a distraction from the original point - it doesn't do anything to disprove the original proposition.
issue of "restoring CLP objects" wouldn't even come up, because on
those other systems, people use shell scripts to do what most i people
use CLPs for.
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