You sir would be incorrect, at least when saving and restoring from
tape. I'm not arguing for/against the same library stance. Merely
stating the fact.
[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of CRPence
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2008 4:37 PM
Subject: Re: PF
Untrue. The database restore feature handles proper linkage of LF to
PF, irrespective of file naming, within the same library; i.e. where the
files were all saved in one SAVLIB and being restored as RSTLIB. One RSTLIB will effect the full restore w/out any CPF3204.
Again, the recommendation is to keep the PF & LFs in the same library
because the database /orders/ the restore both for effecting the proper linkage for LF-PF relations and to maximize access path sharing. That ordering is effectively impossible across multiple libraries because the
save of one library is not aware of other libraries, even on the same SAVLIB request -- an over-simplified explanation for a complicated