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Try to do this:

Use the CPYLIB command first, and copy that library to some other named
library. There is a "Duplicate data" parameter that will keep or not the
data in physical files. Then save that new library and use it to restore
to the new partition.


El mié, 11 may 2022 a las 10:56, Steve McKay (<samckay1@xxxxxxxxx>)

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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