• Subject: Re: Getting data off the 36 environment
  • From: Kirk Goins <kgoins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Oct 1997 19:42:22 -0700

JohnBussert wrote:
> 
> We have a client with a e model on V4R1 running the 36 environment.  We
> need to get some data files off of it, but for the life of me, I can't find
> the data files using any conventional 400 facility.  Is this setup in a
> virtual machine that can't be seen from the standard 400?  I have dealt
> with the 36 environment before and have not had that problem.  All I want
> to do is copy some files so that we can convert them.   Any assistance
> would be greatly appreciated.
> 
> Thanks
> 
> John Bussert
> Swift Technologies
> Jbussert@stecnet.com
> 847-289-8339
> 
With V3R6 cleints have 2 options. 1 is the old strssp environment(36
eml), the other being as you say a virtual machine running SSP. In this
case a portion of disk is carved out and you install SSP and the files
and programs are seperate from the 400 files and programs. You share
files by creating a fake lan connection between this 2 machines as if
they were phyically different. On the SSP machine the resource for this
line is LINE15 I forget the appropriate 400 resource. I don't have all
the details right here now. I'm sure someone will chime in here and fill
in the blanks. I not drop me a private email and we'll get you setup. 

-- 
Kirk Goins
Blue Heron Consulting,Inc
2418 SE Burnside Rd #321
Gresham, OR 97080
503-618-1493
EMAIL kgoins@ix.netcom.com              
      kirk_goins@compuserve.com
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