Luis.

When I'm making these copybooks, I use type CLB because of the syntax 
checking.  Afterwards, I change the type to 'CPY'.  Then I clearly see 
what is copybooks, and what is pgm's. 



Mvh.

Geir 

 




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Does anybody knows, which member type should I use on PDM for a Cobol
Copybook on a AS/400?

Luis R. García
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