It wasn't on the SAVLIB or SAVOBJ. It was so when the system went down hard
(like the plug being pulled) it would come up faster because most of the
access paths where kept or "saved". 

Mike Wills
Lawson Programmer/Administrator

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Search the archives for ACCPTH.  It's an option on SAVLIB, etc.

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Within the last couple months there was a discussion on access paths and
them being saved (or something) when the system comes down hard so that 
when
it comes back up it doesn't have to spend the huge amount of time to 
rebuild
all of the access paths. If someone could either re-explain how that is 
done
or point me to that old thread, that would be greatly appreciated!

Mike Wills
Lawson Programmer/Administrator
Taylor Corporation
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