• Subject: RE: V4R5 PTF for displaying file I/O stats as default
  • From: "M. Lazarus" <mlazarus@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 02 Nov 2000 21:18:14 -0500

Dave,

At 11/2/00 01:43 PM -0500, you wrote:
>I haven't had to bother with multi-format files in a coon's age, so I forgot
>that one - sorry.

  Less esoteric: The format of a *DSPF.  Helps when supporting user's 
applications.


>As for the darned PTF thing, IMHO the effort they've put
>into issuing PTF's for all these years could have created a parameter or
>switch somewhere long ago so we wouldn't HAVE to deal with PTF's.  I mean,
>come on, this has affected every release since V2R3 - can't they take a 
>bloody hint?

  Maybe even a system value or a data area?  Should make everyone happy.

  -mark

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