At 09:59 PM 10/6/97 -0400, you wrote:
>>At 08:56 AM 9/30/97 -0400, you wrote:
>>>I would bet that if you look at the object description for an object in
>>>QRPLOBJ that used to be in ASP 2 (or 3, 4, etc) you would see the object is
>>>still in that ASP. The machine I'm on right now does not have ASPs (other
>>>than 1) so I can't check.
>>Well we are testing some new ASP tools for TAATOOL right now, so we happen
>>to have both an 'old' and a 'new' ASP on our system now.  Walden you are
>>absolutely correct.  Replacing a program in a 'new' ASP will put the old
>>program into QRPLOBJ, and it will still be in the old ASP.  Good call.
>Which makes it just as interesting:  Instead of IBM moving objects between
>ASPs, they're allowing objects from multiple ASPs in a single library!
The restrictions as to asp objects in libraries are arbitrary.  When IBM
introduced the notion of the ASP in CPF release 8, it was strictly a
performance thing, and ASP libraries were not made available.

in V1R3, IBM introduced the notion of ASP objects for most types of
objects.  This was fueled by demands from mainframers who didn't understand
single level storage.

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