Tape Record Load (option 4.4)

When you select Tape Record Load, the Tape Record Load panel shown in Figure 1 is displayed. This panel allows you to copy a specified number of tape records to another tape and change selected blocks.
Figure 1. Tape Record Load panel
 Process   Options   Help
 File Manager                   Tape Record Load

 Tapes:  No tapes allocated

    DDNAME to use . ________     enter new name, or select one from above

    DDNAME to use . ________     enter new name, or select one from above
    Tape mode . . . __           optional recording mode or density code

 Command ===> _________________________________________________________________
 F1=Help      F2=Split     F3=Exit      F4=CRetriev  F7=Backward  F8=Forward
 F9=Swap     F10=Actions  F12=Cancel

Like Tape Update (option 4.3), Tape Record Load copies from one tape file to another tape file with the change that you specify. If you make a mistake, you still have the original data on the input tape as a backup.

Unlike Tape Update, Tape Record Load lets you start and stop copying at any location within a file. You can therefore make a copy of a file with certain records removed. By using Tape Record Load repeatedly, you can combine data from two or more input files, or rearrange the data from a single input file.

For further information, refer to the online help.