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Re: Need to move all objects from lib A to lib B in batch mode with a replace option if the object already exists



fixed

One problem you might encounter when moving physical and logical files
(particularly if you use SQL views) is getting the logical files properly
synced with the physicals in the right library.

One technique I've been pleased with is the following. But it only works if
B is intended to be a mirror of A:

DLTLIB B
SAVLIB A
RNMOBJ OBJ(A) OBJTYPE(*LIB) NEWOBJ(B)
RSTLIB A




On Mon, May 5, 2014 at 3:44 PM, Steinmetz, Paul <PSteinmetz@xxxxxxxxxx>wrote:


I'm looking for a solution to move all objects from lib A to lib B in
batch mode with a replace option if the object already exists.
When done interactively, I've always used STRPDM option 2, option 11=Move,
gives ability to replace if it already exists.
CPYLIB will only work if the object does NOT exist.
TAATOOL MOVALLOBJ is looking like my best choice thus far.

A concern that I must still deal with is if the Lib A object is older than
the Lib B object.

Thank You
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Paul Steinmetz
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