Transaction Journaling: The jlogdup command does not accept a select-list to control what is restored
Previous Release Behavior
On jBASE 3.4, the TJ restore program, jlogdup, would accept a select list to control what it restored. In jBASE 5.x this feature was no longer available.
Current Release Behavior
We now accept a default select list. This means you can do selective restores with jlogdup.
Caveat: This patch simply makes the jlogdup command available as a shared object, meaning it will run in the same process as the caller. jlogdup was never designed to do this, so it might consume, and not release, memory and other resources. However, using jlogdup in this manner is very seldom used, and if it is used in this way, and it consumes memory, then then simply log out and back in again.