• Subject: Re: CISC to RISC (manual method)
  • From: Kirk Goins <kgoins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 09 Sep 1999 11:27:07 -0700

Pat Barber wrote:
> For several different reasons, I am faced with doing a CISC to RISC
> using the "manual" method....Soooo
> This is a total machine replacement.. Nothing hardware wise goes forward
> Data files present NO problem...(All in one library)
> Source Files present NO problem ..(All in another library)
> Object members present NO problem .. (All in another library)
> but:
> Authorities: (what to do about that) Save & Restore ??
                AFTER ALL DATA/PGM restored
> User Profiles (How to take them across) Recreate them All ??
        See Above

> Communications Descriptions (How to get them across) Retrieve source ???
        RSTCFG - Careful about the SRM,(sorry I don't have my notes handy)

        The other option as you stated is rtvcfgsrc

> I KNOW the best solution(Road Map) but that's not an option...

I sure we are all wondering why you can't use the RoadMap. The manual
itself is avail in PDF form. It describes how/what the upgrade assistant
does in the case you wish to do the steps yourself.

Good Luck
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