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I deleted all members with status of PIE, however I was asked later if I could keep 3-4 last PIE versions in the PANLIB library. Is this possible?
Release: PVALET00200-14.6-Panvalet Component:
No. Panvalet does not have version nor archive capability. Once you delete a member that has a status of PIE(Production Inactive Enable) from the Panvalet PANLIB library it is gone. The only way to retrieve/restore a member with status of PIE is from the backup data protection file. We recommend that you perform a ++DUMP on a regular daily or weekly schedule.
If a library is accidentally destroyed or a member was deleted you can quickly recover by restoring the latest backup with the ++RESTORE.