My guess is that you would get the access paths.  Try a small file and it's
logicals to a savf, then ftp the savf to the new box like this

Source box:
Crtsavf savflib/savfname
Savobj .... tgtrls(v3r2m0) ....  Accpth(*yes) ...

Other box:
Crtsavf savflib2/savfname2....
ftp <sourcebox>
bin
get savflib/savfname savflib2/savfname2 (may need (replace option)
rstobj...

I don't understand why v3r7 isn't an option.  It didn't last too long, and
maybe there's not much difference between v3r2 and v3r7?

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From:   midrange-l-admin@midrange.com [mailto:midrange-l-admin@midrange.com]
On Behalf Of Dan Bale
Sent:   Tuesday, January 29, 2002 3:39 PM
To:     midrange-l@midrange.com
Subject:        Save V4R2 to tgtrls V3r2; restore to v3r7

URGENT: We're saving a library on a v4r2 system using tgtrls v3r2 so that it
can be restored on a V3r7 system.  If we save the access paths, will they be
restored on the v3r7 box without rebuilding them?

TIA,
Dan Bale

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