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You might want to consider "Generate SQL" for the library...

You'd end up with a SQL script that could recreate all the files someplace


On Wed, May 11, 2022 at 10:56 AM Steve McKay <samckay1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

All -

I want to save a library containing only files and restore the library to
another partition with no data in the files. Basically, I want restore a
library of “shell” files.

I thought there was a parm on the SAVLIB/SAVOBJ/RSTLIB/RSTOBJ command that
would do this but I’m unable to find it.

I know there’s a parm on CRTDUPOBJ but I can’t use that to move the library
to another partition.

Is there a way to do this with just SAVRST commands so I don’t have to
CLRPFM after I restore the library?

Steve McKay
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