• Subject: Re:RISC to CISC conversion
  • From: Buck Calabro <mcalabro@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 22 Dec 1997 14:02:38 -0500

>Question:  I will be doing a backwards installation of my RISC compiled 
>software from a V3R7 machine to a CISC AS/400.  I realize I have to 
>convert all program objects back, however do I have to do the same for 
>my data files?  

Gary,
        The programs will need to be compiled for TGTRLS(V3R7M0) but 
the files do not need to be changed.  All you need to do is SAVLIB
TGTRLS(V3R7M0) and the files will be "converted" for you.  There's
no guarantee on the programs unless you compile them for the earlier
release.

(Thanks to those on the list who helped me understand this process better!)

Buck Calabro
Commsoft

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