• Subject: Subject: Restoring object to QSYS from system save tape
  • From: NClark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 5 Jan 2001 09:34:39 -0500

IBM Support Line document number  5141004 available on the
as400service.ibm.com web site details what types of objects can be restored
from the SAVSYS tape with a RSTOBJ command.  Basically, the label
Q5769SS1450.0002 has

*CMD,  *FILE (device files), *GSS, *IGCDCT, *IBCSRT, *JOBD, *MENU, *MSGF,
*PNLGRP, *QRYDFN, *SCHIDX  objects in it
 and the 0003 file has *CFGL, *DTAQ, *FILE, *JOBQ, *JRN, *JRNRCV, *MSGQ,
*OUTQ, *SBSD and *USRQ objects.

Take a look at the support line document for exact details.



I need to restore an object to QSYS from a system save tape. However, I
can't figure out which tape label to use. The first label is QFILEIML, the
second one is Q5769SS1450M.0001, the third one is Q5769SS1450M.0002, etc.

On the RSTOBJ command you can specify a sequence number (SEQNBR) but you
still have to specify a tape label. Is there a way to say that you want to
ignore the label and use the file specified by the SEQNBR?

Albert York

Neil Clark
Barsa Consulting Group, LLC
Tel: (914) 251 1234    http://www.barsaconsulting.com

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