• Subject: Re: Format DASD?
  • From: John Earl <johnearl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 02 Sep 1999 12:35:04 -0700
  • Organization: The PowerTech Group



Glenn Birnbaum wrote:

> That may not be a good idea, unless that Windows recycle bin has a LOT OF 
>DASD.  John, I'm surprised you'd suggest this!

I did it tongue-in-cheek, and I don't really reccommend it.  Besides, it isn't 
effective for libraries that are greater than 'Q' in the alphebetical 
scheme....  WNN deletes objects alphebetically by library and after most of 
library QSYS is deleted, the box gets a machine check.

BTW, WNN doesn't actually copy AS/400 objects into the recycle bin, it just 
deletes them.  So no worries about filling up your PC disk space. :)

jte

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