• Subject: Tape Processing on the AS/400(OS400 3.2)?
  • From: "David W. Loveless" <duke@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 06 Oct 1999 14:34:56 -0400
  • Organization: The University of Western Ontario

I've got a few tape handling problems on our AS/400.....

(1) I'm trying to read in a 3480 tape created on an MVS system - create a file 
on
the AS/400, possibly change it and then FTP to another system. I can use DSPTAP
or DMPTAP to see the contents of the tape but I need to put it down
on to the AS/400 as a file. The tape contains an MVS file that's Variable 
Blocked
with a Maximum Blocksize of 32K. Do you have any idea how to define the
file and what tools to use to change it on the AS/400 before FTPing it?

(2) I'm trying to copy a tape (3480) that was created using IBM's SAVE Entire
System. When I use the DUPTAP command it only copies the first part of the tape 
-
the part that holds the SAVSYS output. How do I get the system to copy the 
ENTIRE
tape?

(3) The tools for tape processing seem very limited on the AS/400. Are there any
good tools available form 3rd party vendors that do a better job of handling
tapes?

Thanks in advance for your help!
--
David W. Loveless                          E-mail: duke@julian.uwo.ca
Technical Support Analyst                  Phone: (519)-661-2111 X5504
The University of Western Ontario          FAX: (519)-661-3532
Information Technology Services
Room 12, Natural Sciences Building
London, Ontario, CANADA N6A 5B7


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