• Subject: Re: SAVOBJ to previous release
  • From: "Rich Garcia" <sys1rxg@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 7 Dec 1997 20:37:57 -0500

I am pretty sure that once an object is on V4r1 it should be able to be
saved once again for release V3r7 , though What cannot be done is going
from Release V4r1 back to V3r2. 

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> From: Terry Herrin <therrin@isaac.net>
> To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject: Re: SAVOBJ to previous release
> Date: Sunday, December 07, 1997 6:02 PM
> 
> Rich Garcia wrote:
> >You should really keep an AS400 system at V3r2 if you are at V4R1 and
still
> >have a mixed batch in the field, this will save you time. My company has
> >200 plus AS400's and most are at V3r2 though some have just been
upgraded
> >to V4r1 Risc machines. The reason for keeping a system at V3r2 is that
you
> >will be unable to send objects from V4r1 to previous releases.
> 
> Are you saying there is no way to send objects from V4R1 back to
> previous releases?  Even if the objects are created to prior release?
> 
> This is an important issue for us, as we are currently mirroring one
> 530 to another using Vision Solutions OMS Gold Suite.  We will be
> upgrading both machines from V3R7 to V4R1 in the near future.  When we
> upgrade, our plan is to upgrade the target machine first, so we will
> be sending objects from V3R7 to V4R1.  Not a problem, I would imagine.
> However, in a role swap situation, if we could not send objects from
> V4R1 back to V3R7 we would want to be aware of this before we upgrade.
> 
> Terry Herrin
> Sr. Programmer/Analyst
> New Hanover Regional Medical Center
> 
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