Sweet! thanks Rob.
I will also look for 5770-SS1 SI46137 and 5770SS1 SI43588

Although I am wondering about the reference to SF99707 and how it gets loaded w/o the ptf's needed for IMCCLG.

So if I download the Resave M , I may/should be able to find the needed PTF's in I_BASE , and no worry.

Strange thing about downloading the last release. When I did it several months ago, I got
I_BASE,
5 BGROUP_1,
3 BGROUP_2,
2 BGROUP_3
and couple of Multi_NLV

The last time I did it, I got
I_BASE
5 BGROUP_1's and no Bgroup 2 or 3
a couple of NLV mixed in with many TR8 files, it was a mess to pull out what I thought I needed.
The whole download was over 100 gigs

It really is difficult to figure out what on the list do I really need.

<rob@xxxxxxxxx> 12/23/2014 6:10 AM >>>
Ok, we're getting somewhere.
I would definitely eschew trying to get these into *SERVICE before the
upgrade. Not going to happen.

Here's the good news:
PTF group . . . . . . . . : SF99707
Level . . . . . . . . . . : 9
Status . . . . . . . . . . : Installed
Target release . . . . . . : V7R1M0
Text . . . . . . : TECHNOLOGY REFRESH
PTF Product
ID ID Release
...
MF58616 5770999 V7R1M0
...

So, if you
LODIMGCLG IMGCLG(V7) DEV(OPTVRT01)
WRKIMGCLGE V7
6=Mount on your I_BASE volume
WRKLNK '/QOPT'
5=Display
Find this directory I_BASE_01
5=Display
Near the bottom you should see a file called
RS_710_M
That confirms that you have Resave M.
Resave M will have TR9 loaded.
TR9 will have MF58616.
With all this in place you won't have to 'm'uck with preloading any
individual PTF's after your upgrade to 7.1 to use image catalogs to load
further PTF's.

Is that enough confirmation for you?
Need bibliography?
http://www-947.ibm.com/systems/support/i/planning/resave/v7r1.html
http://www-912.ibm.com/s_dir/sline003.NSF/554c38c4848b77f2862567bd0046e003/85fc5e8ebc0523048625779900742abc?OpenDocument


Rob Berendt

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