Jose,

If you don't find it in the data directory, look in the
IBM_TECHNICAL_SUPPORT directory.  The filename on the iSeries should begin
with nsd and have a .nsd file extension.

The file is in EBCDIC format, but you can set iSeries Navigator to convert
it to ascii text by right-clicking the Integrated File Systems folder /
choose Properties / add .nsd as a file extension for automatic text
conversion.  You can then copy the file to your workstation by right-click
dragging it to your desktop and choosing Copy Here.

hth

Ken

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