I want to restore objects from the Save file on the tape. Is there any way to restore objects without restoring...
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save files on the system?
Absolutely. When you save objects to a SAVE FILE and then copy that SAVE FILE to a tape using the SAVSAVFDTA command.
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The Save File Data (SAVSAVFDTA) command saves the contents of a save file to tape, optical, or diskette media. This command saves the save data in the save file to the device in a way that allows you to restore objects directly from the device.
Just use RSTOBJ to restore an object.
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