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Jose,

On the IBM Software Knowledge Base site, you can search for the CHECKPF
command, that does check all PF in a given library if those file are not
corrupted.

Maybe this command (source of  CDO and CPP are provided in that article)
may be something to look at. Otherwise in the old QUSRTOOLS there was the
command VALDBF.

Regards,
Carel Teijgeler.

P.S. All on the list: a Happy New Year!


>         I have the following messages in a job log:
>
>     Damage from partial restore corrected for file ANCLI00F.
>     Damage from partial restore corrected for file ANFOR00F.
>     Damage from partial restore corrected for file ARTSK00F.
>
>I would like to know how I can check the consistancy of a Database.
>Basically, I am migrating a libray/database from an older 600 box to an 820
>and want to make sure everything comes across correctly.  Is there any
>AS/400 command, procedure to verify the status of a database?
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