Whiz-SAVE is a free tool that allows you to save a library from your System i in a Save File (*SAVF) and transfer it to your Computer via FTP protocol in a single click.
To download Whiz-SAVE, click here. (4,83 Mb)
The archive contains a directory called Whiz-SAVE. Extract it anywhere on your Computer to install it.
WARNING : Depending on your computer, an upgrade or an installation of Java may be required for the tool to work. Click here to download the last release of Java.
HOW IT WORKS
Double click the file Whiz-SAVE.jar to open the tool interface.
All fields are mandatory.
Save to file
This is the file in which the Save File will be transfered on your computer.
Click on the “Save to file” button to browse your computer, select a directory and specify a file name or type the path of the file in the adjacent field.
System i IP address/Host name
Enter a valid IP address or Host name to connect to the System i.
Your computer must have network access to the System i and must be allowed FTP communication with it in order for the tool to work.
Enter a valid user with save privileges to connect to the System i.
Enter the password of the User.
You can either save or not the password for the next time you launch the tool by selecting or not the Save checkbox.
Library to save
Enter the name of the System i library you want to save and transfer to your computer.
Target release (TGTRLS) for Save File
Specify the target release of the Save File that will be created and transfered on your computer.
Must be *CURRENT or a valid target release value (VxRyMz).
Click on the "Save" button to execute the tool.
If any field is missing or if any mistakes were made during the input, an error message will be displayed.
During the process, you will see your cursor in “Wait Mode” when you hover it over the tool window.
When the process is done, a log is displayed with each step of the tool process detailed.
You can also transfer and restore a save file from your computer to your System i using the tool Whiz-RESTORE.