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00276 - BRMS save

00276 - BRMS save

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BRMS save

Dear Crosby,

I sent you the redbook by another mail as pdf-file.

Regards

Manfred Grube

Crosby Sinclair schrieb:

> Thank you Franz for the information, however all the documentation that came
with the model was miss placed by my predesessor. I know I can get a copy from
IBM REDBOOK online but I forgot the web site. Can you or anyone help with this?
>
> Crosby Sinclair
> SAP/AS400 System Administrator
> Thomson Industries Inc.
> Internet www.thomsonind.com
> E-mail csinclairZt...
> Phone (516) 944-1337
> Fax (516) 883-8012
>
> >>> "Lehnardt, Franz" <Franz.LehnardtZe...> 01/09 9:27 AM >>>
> Hi Crosby,
>
> as far as I recall what my IBM consultant told me when we set up BRMS in
> 1998, it is one parameter in the Backup Contol Group, which controls your
> restore possibilities.
>
> When creating your CTLGRP, you can specify parameter "Retain Object Detail".
> If you specify "Err" or "No", no details about saved objects are saved in
> the history file and therefore are not available for restore (for further
> information on that, see "Backup, Restore, and Media Services for AS/400",
> Doc.No. SC41-5345-01, Chapter 7 "Tailoring Your Backup")
>
> However, there IS a way to restore single objects, even if you didn't
> instruct BRMS to retain object detail. This is explained in detail in
> Chapter 8 "Performing Selected Recoveries" page 138 of the BRMS book.
>
> Short desciption:
> Type WRKMEDIBRM at the command line and press ENTER
> Saved entries from BRMS history file appear, sort by date. Select the
> library you want to restore a file from, type 7 ("Restore") next to it and
> press ENTER, which brings you to the "Select Recovery Items" screen.
> Type 7 ("Specify object") next to the Lib and press ENTER.
> This brings you to the RSTOBJ screen.
> Type the name of the specific object. Press ENTER to start Restore
> operation.
>
> Good luck!
>
> Franz Lehnardt
> AS/400 System Administration
> EGG IT-Services GmbH
> Eschborn, Germany
>
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Crosby Sinclair [SMTP:csinclaiZt...]
> Gesendet am: Freitag, 5. Januar 2001 17:28
> An: sap400Zm...
> Betreff: BRMS save
>
> I have setup my backup for our SAP but the other day I was trying to
> resotre a file from the backup but was unable to do so. I called IBM (so
> helpful ha) but they told me that I would have to restore the entire lib.
> just to restore an object from that lib. My question you guys is there a
> specific way of setting up BRMS to do the save? If so can I get notes or
> advise on how to setup the BRMS correctly. Thanks again guys.
>
> Crosby Sinclair
> SAP/AS400 System Administrator
> Thomson Industries Inc.
> Internet www.thomsonind.com
> E-mail csinclairZt...
> Phone (516) 944-1337
> Fax (516) 883-8012


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