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Re: Apply TEMP PTFs to PERM without disturbing the others



fixed

That's what I ended up doing.

I generated a list of all PTFs by licensed program. For 5770-999 and
5770-SS1 I did SELECT(*ALL) and used the OMIT parm.

For all other licensed programs I just used the SELECT parm to include
those I wanted.

I term it The Brute Force And Ignorance Method. :)




On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 12:33 PM, CRPence <CRPbottle@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 30-Jun-2014 15:44 -0500, Jeff Crosby wrote:


Is there a way to accomplish (with APYPTF or INSPTF or some other
command) the following:

- apply all PTFs with a Temporarily Applied status to Permanently
Applied status

without affecting any PTFS that are

- set to apply at the next IPL
- not set to apply at all

other than specifying them individually?


Specify individually those PTFs that should be _omitted_ from the
request to Apply PTF (APYPTF) with SELECT(*ALL) specified, using the Omit
(OMIT) parameter; listing up to 300 values is supported.

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Regards, Chuck
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