On Tue, Dec 2, 2014 at 10:18 AM, CRPence wrote:
<<SNIP>> After that defective PTF is removed, only then should the<<SNIP>>
Load PTF (LODPTF) of the supersede be performed. I do not recall if
Delete PTF (DLTPTF) is desirable or even allowed against the
permanently removed defective PTF, but no harm in the attempt
performed after the removal and before the download\load\apply
activity of the superseding PTF.
I can't seem to delete it entirely, though. I get this:
Message ID . . : CPF35C5
Date sent . . . : 12/02/14 Time sent . . . : 10:23:49
Message . . . . : PTF 5770TC1-SI54738 V7R1M0 not deleted.
There's no save file in QGPL and there's no cover letter. Is this a
Catch-22 or am I not understanding something?