I tried this, because it's what I did in CODE/400, and it worked fine until
I clicked help.

Used up all of my alloted space.

                      Brian Parkins                                             
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>Why not create your workspaces to a mapped drive, then use the network
>backup facilities to save your data.  The IFS would be an ideal location,
>the users /home/username folder.  Then you can add these directories to
>regular backups on the iSeries.

Good idea - but what of those who work "remote".  (The joy of working
disconnected that WDSc facilitates.)

The network connection could be slow - and unreliable. Even with ADSL,
50MB+ workspaces are a lot to shuffle around.

A local "backup" might be desirable in these circumstances?

Brian Parkins
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