• Subject: Re: Damaged object on CISC save
  • From: pytel@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 15 Jan 1999 14:09:26 -0600

I do not know whether this is the same problem (symptoms you quote are
somewhat different), but there was a bug in (all) RISC releases, preventing
some access paths (originating from pre-RISC releases) to be saved for
previous release.
A string of PTFs were created a couple of months ago. I do not remember
numbers, but there's a simple circumvemtion - CRTDUPOBJ relevant files to
another library and this should cure the files.

Best regards
    Alexey Pytel



David Gibbs <David.Gibbs@IL.US.MKS.com> on 01/15/99 01:17:41 PM

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Subject:  Damaged object on CISC save





Folks:

I've got a strange problem with a RISC to CISC conversion.

I'm trying to re-encapsulate some CISC objects that were created on a
RISC machine.  The objects and tape were created with TGTRLS(V3R1M0) on
a V4R1 machine then restored on a V3R1 machine.

When I *SAVE* the objects back to tape, I get damaged physical files.

There is an PTF for V3R1M0 (APAR# MA14506) that corrects a problem where
PROGRAMS will go damaged if compressed on a RISC system, restored on a
CISC system and re-saved.

I've got to get this tape re-encapsulated for CISC as soon as possible.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

david

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