This is the trouble with only doing stuff like this "once-in-a-while".

Ok, here's the situation:

1.) Did a complete backup of our one of our production libraries.
2.) We ran a mass update against that library over the weekend.
3.) User comes to me on Monday morning with an oops (some stuff that was 
supposed to be filtered in the update wasn't).

Should I:

A.) Delete the library completely (library itself IS on disk in SAVF).  Restore 
MBROPT(*ALL) ALLOWDIF(*ALL)

B.) Just restore with MBROPT(*ALL) ALLOWDIF(*ALL) and hope for the best.

C.) None of the above.

Thanks,
   Ted




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