A: The CALL command?! Yikes! That can cause all kinds of problems!
But you can restore the command from your SAVSYS tape. Normally, a RSTOBJ looks like this:
The above works great if what you're trying to restore was saved with a SAVOBJ or SAVLIB command. But it doesn't work when you're trying to restore from a SAVSYS because *SAVLIB is the wrong LABEL parameter.
To find the proper LABEL parameter, do a DSPTAP, as shown in Figure 1:
Figure 2: DSPTAP will help you find the object you want to restore.
With the information found via the DSPTAP command, mainly the File label ID, you can now successfully restore the CALL command, like this:
On your system, the volume, sequence number, and label will be different, but this command will restore the CALL command from your SAVSYS tape. In fact, this command is what you'll need to use to manually restore any object from the SAVSYS tape.