No problem. FTP them to save files (or if you have SNADS you could use SNDNETF), and on target system when you run LODPTF specify DEV(*SAVF) and the name of the file.
Dennis Munro <DMunro@badgerminingcorp.com> Sent by: email@example.com
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Subject: FTP'ing PTF's
Yesterday it took 2 1/2 hours+ to download 5 ptf's for my production
machine. Rather than spend another 2 1/2 hours for the test machine, is it
okay to copy the SAVF that was created for each ptf & ftp that to the test
machine? Any thing that might not make that a doable move?
Both machines are running V4R4M0 with the same set of cume ptf's, hipers, &
all the other group ptf's.
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go flying by." Dilbert's Words Of Wisdom:
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