I'm glad you rephrased the question, because I think that a save from V4R2
to V3R2 was supported.

Nevertheless, even from V4R5 (and this includes V4R4), you can save
specifying TGTRLS(V3R2M0) and the access paths will restore if:

1).  The save specified ACCPTH(*YES)
2).  The logicals and the physicals were in the same library.

Al

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                    Peggy Kimbell
                    <PKIMBELL@rollinsco       To:     
"'midrange-l@midrange.com'" <midrange-l@midrange.com>
                    rp.com>                   cc:
                    Sent by:                  Subject:     Re: Save V4R2 to 
tgtrls V3r2; restore to v3r7RM
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                    01/30/02 08:48 AM
                    Please respond to
                    midrange-l







>Ugghhh.  My mistake, it's not a v4r2 system I'm saving from, it's a v4r4
sy=
>stem.  At that level, the only TGTRLS's available are V3R2M0, V4R2M0,
V4R3M=
>0, and V4R4M0.

>Does your answer still stand in this case?

>TIA,
>Dan Bale

Um, guys, I think V3R2M0 was the last CISC OS versions. The others are all
RISC OS version levels. You can only save 3 levels back. The last release
that can save to V3R7M0 was V4R3M0. If you do the V3R2M0, you will have to
also convert from CISC to RISC.

My 2 cents worth.




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