The rule to understand is that objects can be restored forward to another
higher release but they might not be able to be restored to a previous
lower release because of the release dependant routines or objects being
restored.  Some objects have functions or object types which are not
supported on the older release.
The major problem restoring to 3.6 or higher is that you might by mistake
put an IBM object on RISC which is a CISC object.  What ever you do, DON'T
restore IBM objects from CISC to RISC.  You might regret you did it because
it could blow away your RISC system.

Peter H.O'Connor
PAE Inc.
978-744-8612(T)
978-745-7945(F)
E-Mail 102736.3535@compuserve.com
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