On 12/24/2012 11:53 AM, Alan Campin wrote:
Just that you know immediately that a service program exists. It is the
only way it worked before V6R1 unless you dynamically load the service
Another possible advantage of *IMMED is that if some service programs
take a long time to load, all the startup time is at the beginning.
Users often can forgive a long initial load time more than they can
forgive a sudden lag while they have started working with an application.
The other side to this issue is that for some service programs whose
procedures are infrequently used, such as service programs related to
exceptions, it might be better to delay loading them if they have a long
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