hahahaha. A Terabyte on the new server will be just fine Don :D


Thanks
Bryce Martin
Programmer/Analyst I
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Thank you, Yan. Are the tools an extra cost, or included? If we have
an IBM server with 70GB currently, how would a Terabyte on a new server
suffice after the migration?

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Don,

There is much more to conversion than copy files. There are twice as
many files, the files that you have will have 2 to 3 times more fields
and some of them will need to be populated or defaulted. Infor provides
conversion tool that runs on IBM i. The tool will do most of the work
accept changes defined during implementation and some other minor bugs.
My guess is it will do 95% - 99% of work. You will need to have a lot of
disk space available, the process moves data for every BPCS release
between source and target.
There is a way to run it step by step (clearing previous version files),
but it will take a lot of time.

Yan Shargorodsky
Y&Y Solutions,Inc.
Phone: (267)934-8327
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Anyone do this on their own?

Are the migration tools included with the upgrade - and if not, what
would be strictly the cost of the tools - with no training or support
added in? Is it true that the migration software runs on the IBM i? Is
there much more to it (to moving over existing data) than cpyf with
*map?

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