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Re: Global library list



fixed

How do the libraries that are part of the existing application get added? 
Add this new library the same way.  For instance, if the application has 
you have an initial program assigned to each user that does a series of 
ADDLIBLE's, or some such thing, do it there.

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Well, this program will be accessed from an Function key in an app.  It is 
a
notepad for diary comments for claims.  They are in the policy screen, hit
F8 and up pops the diary document.  It uses office vision right now, but 
we
have to migrate before our new system, obviously.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Peter Vidal" <Peter_Vidal@xxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Re: Global library list


> Instead of placing it in the system portion of the *LIBL, I propose a
> different idea.  If you have QGPL or QUSRSYS in your system portion, you
> can cerate a  command that will add DILIB to your *LIBL.  Then, users 
can
use the app.  This command should be
> available to users to execute it.  I do not know if you drive your users
> through menu options or if they have authority to enter commands but you
> can develop the idea.  We have several applications in our shop that are
> accessed like this.
>
> Another approach...
>
> Peter Vidal
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> "My religion consists of a humble admiration of the illimitable superior
> spirit who reveals himself in the slight details we are able to perceive
> with our frail and feeble mind."
> Albert Einstein
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