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Posted by: John Dowling
Milford, Ma
downloading a PTF
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Published: 06 Sep 2012
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downloading a PTF Published by: John Dowling on 06 Sep 2012 view comments(2)

I just downloaded a ptf to my system. It downloaded successful. If I look at the ptf on my system it says this one is in a save file. How do I find the save file so I can load the ptf. Nowhere does it telly me the sve file name Thanks

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Posted by: JOHND1
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Milford, Ma
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Posted: 11 years 5 months 25 days 1 hours 17 minutes ago
Found it they are saved in QGPL PTF number with a 'Q' in front. I guess I pulled the triger to fast Thanks
Posted by: DaleB
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Reading, PA
Comment on: downloading a PTF
Posted: 11 years 5 months 21 days 5 hours 11 minutes ago
When you download PTFs from IBM, you specify *SERVICE. You don't need to know the save file name.