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Scenario : * Sunday FULL backup . * Monday CUML backup - OBJ1, OBJ2, OBJ3 in LIBA saved * Tuesday morning delete OBJ1 - * Tuesday evening CUML Backup - OBJ2, OBJ3 in LIBA saved * Wednesday scratch system : - Restore from Full OBJ1, OBJ2, OBJ3 in LIBA restored - Restore from last CUML Tuesday : OBJ2, OBJ3 in LIBA updated
We don't want to restore the deleted objects . It's a problem to have the OBJ1 on the system .
How to manage the deleted object ?
2 cases of solutions from IBM:
There is a posibility by applying journal entries at the end of the restores (full + cuml) if the libraries were being journaled at the time of the save. Journal code D entry type DT - will delete the deleted objects.
BRMS keep track only of deleted libraries and may prevent BRMS to restore them if you OMITLIB(*DELETE) on STRRCYBRM
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