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Gary Asks:

>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?  
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I'm not sure if I understand your ? but I will give it a go.  I believe you
want to go from RISC back to CISC with programs and files.  The rule to
follow is,  A. any objects have to be saved to the CISC release level that
you are trying to go to regardles if pgms or files.  B.  If programs, you
have to make sure that the programs are complied to the release level ie
3.7 in your example.  Then A. will handle this.  Any ? let me know.  

Peter H. O'Connor
PAE Inc.
7 Riverway Rd.
Salem, MA 01970-5343
978-744-8612(T)
978-745-7945(F)
e-mail 102736.3535@compuserve.com
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