Pete Massiello wrote:
DSPOBJD *ALL/*ALL *ALL to an outfile and then select the ASP you want. Its
easy.

Hmm. And since I'm fairly certain we don't have any cases of "library in ASP 1 but contents in ASP 2" (I don't even recall what that was, other than something to do with journal receivers), we only have to list the libraries.

Thanks. I didn't even get bitten.

But I think there may be some IFS stuff in there, too. Is there an easy way to find out what IFS directories are in ASP 2.

** Many years ago, we had a problem with QuestView either being unable to run outside the system ASP, or unable to access files in user ASPs. It's been so long that all I remember about it was that I fixed it, that it was a pain in the butt to set up a user ASP just for the sake of testing, and that there were lots of "snakebite" puns floating around the office, including the problem's semi-official nickname.


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