The Question is:
Section 184.108.40.206 in the 'OpenVMS Guide to Extended Specifications' states that:
" On an ODS-5 volume, the case for all versions of a file name is identical;
the case is preserved as the file name was first created. "
So it should not be possible to have two files
with the same name one in upper and one in lower
case like this:
Total of 2 files.
How is this possible?
I did the following:
$SET DEF [TEMP]
$SET DEF [-.WORK]
$BACKUP TEST.TXT TEST.BCK/SAVE_SET
$BACKUP TEST.BCK/SAVE_SET [-.TEMP] /SEL=*.*
The Answer is :
Please provide the translation of the DSA14 logical name, if such
a definition is present. This could point to multiple directories,
It is possible to engage full case sensitivity, as well, and this
configuration permits case-distinguished filenames.
As is usually requested, please also ensure you have the current
ECO kits for OpenVMS applied.