• Subject: Re: Prereq's for Hiper Group PTF's
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Nov 1999 13:22:31 -0500

I opened up an incident with IBM on this.  This is their response.  Has anyone 
found this to be other than true?

Rob,                                                                    
              The group hiper cd is shipped with all of the ptfs        
              necessary to load any of the hiper ptfs that are on the   
              cd.  The best method to load the group hiper is by doing a
              go ptf. and take option 8 and apply all ptfs.             




CN=Rob Berendt/O=DEKKO@DEKKO on 11/15/99 01:18:01 PM
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Subject:        Prereq's for Hiper Group PTF's

I went to the web site
http://as400service.rochester.ibm.com/supporthome.nsf/Document/10000031
and noticed the hiper group PTF's.  My question is:  If I order and install the 
latest cum, 
and then the Hiper group PTF's, will I have any concern about prereq's, coreq's 
or other such 
animals?  For example one HIPER for V4R3 is SF59210.  It lists as a prereq 
SF58916.  Neither
SF58916, nor it's supersede of SF59147, are on cum 9243, (according to SF97430).

I am not ordering using SNDPTFORD.  For one thing, IBM and the 400 are not 
e-business ready, (lack of TCP/IP for SNDPTFORD).  Also I like the tracking 
available when using
http://service.software.ibm.com/as400.us.reg/orderptfmedia?lang=english|1

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