The whole purpose of SAV.. is to save your data. So I don't think this is
We do have a weirdly looking parameter on the SAV.. commands:
Save file data . . . . . . . . . SAVFDTA *YES
Which would indicate that this is what you want. However, this is about
skipping data in SAVF objects.
In short, AFAIK, you have to do the CLRPFM after the restore.
If you want to save and restore at the same time (over the network) you
can use the brilliant SAVRSTOBJ or SAVRSTLIB commands.
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