Paul wrote:

> How 'bout 2 programs:  At the sending end, it does
> a DSPOBJD to an outfile, reads the outfile, and saves
> each object -individually- to a tiny SAVF.  Then send
> the SAVF to the other end.

The Johnny Cash method - build it one piece at a time. One thing to watch
out for if you do it this way is object dependencies. It's no good trying
to restore a logical file before the physical(s) it depends on. So it might
be a good idea to make sure all the physicals are restored ahead of all the
logicals.

It might also be worth considering whether or not to save access paths. In
most cases it's a good idea, but if bandwidth is important and rebuild time
on the target machine is not an issue it might be better not to save them.

Dave...
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