Description of GETBACK
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From Les Paton (InterNet firstname.lastname@example.org) <=== Comments, questions, observations.
Latest news at 12:44:17 on 5 May 1998.
The FileList profile provided ( $GETBACK XEDIT ) was rewritten such that it now takes the default system profile ( PROFFLST XEDIT ) and modifies it rather than providing a completely customised profile as before. This makes the profile compatible with Year 2000 changes implemented in the system profile and removes a potential Year 2000 compliancy issue. The profile in question is only used when the ACCEXT PACKAGE is available, it has no useful function when using the RECOVER PACKAGE only and can be discarded in that case. You do not need to implement this update if you do not make use of the ACCEXT PACKAGE as will be the case for most external customers.
|Title||Recover a wrongly erased file.|
|Alternative author||Les Paton|
|Software requirements||REXX XEDIT ACCEXT RECOVER|
|Software language used||REXX|
| Summary provided|
| Documentation provided|
|Abstract||GETBACK will attempt recovery via the ACCEXT/RECOVER PACKAGES of a file which has been wrongly erased from a mini-disk.|
Package Content within the VMARC file.
GETBACK LICENSE * License instructions for the VM DownLoad Library. GETBACK READ-ME * News GETBACK EXEC * Does all the work $GETBACK XEDIT * FILELIST PROFILE * GETBACK HELPCMS * Help file * THE FOLLOWING ARE REQUIRED.... * * ACCEXT PACKAGE * FROM VMTOOLS * RECOVER PACKAGE * FROM VMTOOLS * Either of the above packages is required. The ideal situation is to * have both available. GETBACK will then use them in the order.... * (1) ACCEXT if this fails then recovery will be attempted via.... * (2) RECOVER * If only one of the packages is available then that one will be used. * If none of the two are available then program terminates.
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