If you use the cpylib and rstlib and the logical files was attached to a physical in a different library it may attach to the original physical files instead of the one you want it to attach too.
Just a word of caution.
From: DAsmussen@aol.com [SMTP:DAsmussen@aol.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 01, 1999 12:09 AM
Subject: Re: Creating new Environment
In a message dated 6/30/99 1:03:55 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
> Does anyone have a list of steps that one needs to follow to create another
> BPCS environment on the same using the same programs, but different files.
Just off the top of my head, but here goes:
1. Using either CPYLIB or RSTLIB to a different name, duplicate BPCSUSRF,
BPCSF, and BPCSUSR into new names.
2. CHGDTAARA SSASYS in its new library, position 170 for a length of 10, to
point at the equivalent new work file library. If your OUTQ and JOBQ library
names don't already point to *LIBL in this data area, change them to their
3. Change the three libraries in data area INLIBL to point to their new
equivalents. TAATOOL EDTDTAARA is quite useful for both this and step 2.
4. Using WRKMSGF, change message ID L019301 in your new SSAZ03 to indicate
the new BPCSF equivalent to indicate the new environment.
5. Using DBU or DFU, change the "COMPANY" record in ZPAL01 as in 4.
6. Edit BPCSMENU in the new library and change the hard coded library name
to its new equivalent -- recompile in the new library.
7. Change BPCSJOBD (or whatever job description you're using) in the new
library to have the appropriate library list.
That's about it, although I may have left something out. Pretty simple stuff.
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