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- System manager
- Restores the CCAGRP file from a sequential data set
RESTOREG [option] FROM ddname
|option||A decimal value; set it to 128 if the size of the CCAGRP data set or the number of data sets in CCAGRP is being changed.|
|ddname||The name of the sequential data set from which CCAGRP is being restored.|
RESTOREG cannot be issued from within a procedure.
RESTOREG 128 FROM DUMPGR1
- The RESTOREG command restores the CCAGRP file from a sequential data set containing a dumped version of the file. CCAGRP contains all permanent group definitions established by the system manager. RESTOREG can be issued in case of a system crash or another kind of system failure to restore the version of CCAGRP dumped by the DUMPG command.
Storing and using file group definitions (CCAGRP) contains a complete discussion of CCAGRP.
- If an external security interface is active, the user ID issuing the command is checked for the proper data set usage authorization. If the authorization check fails, the attempt is logged as a security violation and the command is not executed. Under a security interface, you must have READ privileges to read a file specified by this command. For more information, refer to the Rocket Model 204 Security Interfaces Manual.
- When it processes RESTOREG, Model 204 ends any update unit in progress and begins a non-backoutable update unit.