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CPF3291 error on a rstlib command

On a rstlib command (from a sav lib created tape) I get a CPF3291 error when the restore is to a second library (development restore of production data). All of the data and logical files are contained in the same directory, though the logicals cross multiple physical files. I saw the answers that address restoring physical files first, but I'm unable to identify a method for this, and I am not certain that this is the cause of the messages if the messages imply a cross link of logical/physical files, or if any action is required.

On a rstlib command (from a sav lib created tape) I get a CPF3291 error when the restore is to a second library (development restore of production data). All of the data and logical files are contained in the same directory, though the logicals cross multiple physical files. I saw the answers that address restoring physical files first, but I'm unable to identify a method for this, and I am not certain that this is the cause of the messages if the messages imply a cross link of logical/physical files, or if any action is required.
This message is expected and is informational. It is informing you that the logical files you saved from one library now built over physical files in a different library, and this is exactly what you wanted to have happen -- not to worry, this isn't a problem.

CPF3291 ....

Message . . . . : File &1 restored with different library for depended-on files.

Cause . . . . . : The depended-on files from library &4 are found in library &3 and are used for restoring file &1 in library &2. The depended-on files are either the based-on physical files for a logical file or structured. Query Language (SQL) materialized query table, or the based-on logical files for an SQL view or materialized query table.

This was last published in January 2006

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