• Subject: Re: Target release V3R1M0 from V4R2
  • From: ywexler@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 09 May 1998 00:15:09 +0300

Bob Luebbe wrote:
> When compiling and saving programs from V4R2, can you target the
> release of V3R1M0?  We are thinking about upgrading to V4R2, but want
> to make sure this is still possible.
> Is there a general rule of thumb as to how many prior
> versions/releases you can target back to?
> Thanks,
> Bob Luebbe
You can compile pgms or save obj, lib etc. using the "target release"
in commands like SAVLIB, SAVOBJ, CRTxxxPGM, and this option works, even
when you have V3.6 or V3.7, and sure when you are at V3R2.
Joseph Wechsler
Bel canto Systems
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