> > A "SAVE 21" is the best you can do for backing up the AS/400.  
>  *Almost* everything.  The contents of Queues are *NOT* Saved.  Restore
>  from these tapes and those )^)(*^%% accountants will NOT have all the
>  reports they have been saving out there for months and months. Also
>  *JOBQs, *USRQs, *DTAQs, *MSGQs etc will come back MT.
>  If you really want the contents of these things to be saved you must put
>  those contents someplace else (such as in a DB file.)

So back to the ideal ISO 9000 thing, one of the ingredients needs to be:

Personnel are to be periodically informed / reminded that SAVE-ALL does not 
save reports & (list objects in a manner that is understandable to the 
non-technical people), so that in the event of a disaster recovery, our 
personnel will not have access to (list them).  Any time we have reports on 
spool that are in excess of a month old, the owners of those reports are to 
be reminded of this fact, and of the alternatives available to them

MacWheel99@aol.com (Alister Wm Macintyre) (Al Mac)

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