Restore Library in AS400 ?

Posted on 2004-10-21
Last Modified: 2008-02-01
Hi, I want to ask to you .
I have backup library in tape (Compress). My name library is teknik, in teknik some 10 table, ect
 Library teknik
     Table tk01f, tk02f, tk03f, tk04f........ and tk10f.

What is syntac restore in as400 ? I want to restore one table tk03f with new table tkbckf  and table tk03f don't replace ?
Please, gime me advice


Question by:triary
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    Accepted Solution

    Since you want to replace some files and not replace others, it's best to restore everything to a temporary location. Then, you can replace or add records in any way you desire.

    Assuming the library was saved with SAVLIB, you could do:



    Of couse, you'd substitute your tape device name for "TAP01".

    Alternately, you could use RSTOBJ:

    RSTOBJ OBJ(*ALL)      

    Good luck!


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