• Subject: RE: IBM would really help me if they would ...
  • From: bdietz@xxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 10 Oct 1999 18:32:50 -0400

I have wished for this since I went thru the BETA of V3R1.  That was a
nightmare.
So in order for me to get PTF as soon as they hit the streets I cooked up
a little program to send for SF97VRM.  Then just searched thru it for
"yesterday's" dated
PTF's.  This worked so that when I got to the office I had a list of the
latest released PTF's.  Still got it running, although it is not as
critical with today's OS.

Bryan Dietz
3X Corp.






>Date: Sat, 09 Oct 1999 21:04:18 -0500
>From: Pete Hall <pbhall@execpc.com>
>Subject: IBM would really help me if they would ...

>An idea surfaced at work the other day. It wasn't mine, but I think it's a
>good one. Hopefully one of the IBMers on the list could pass this on.

>It would really help me out if I could subscribe to a service that would
>e-mail a notification to me each time a PTF is issued that addresses a
>specified issue. For instance, at the present time, I would really
>appreciate knowing if a new PTF is issued that addresses "Mat Predicate
>Pushdown!!!!". Should be low cost. How about it IBM?
>Pete Hall
>pbhall@execpc.com
>http://www.execpc.com/~pbhall



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