You may get better answers on the midrange-l list for this as it's not
really specific to bpcs.

You run PGMA. It calls PGMB.
You rename PGMB to XXPGMBX.
You call PGMA and it now calls XXPGMBX.

Are we sure PGMA ended with LR set on and activation groups cleared up?
Otherwise this may be the reason. There is a reason why IBM has the
library QRPLOBJ. Basically so all programs currently active don't abort
if you replace an existing program.

As far as why it originally called programs that didn't match the library
list I'd have to look at your job descriptions, how you submitted the job
during the call, see if you are using any type of binding, etc.


Rob Berendt

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