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You should be able to set it in your compile options in WDSC Jeff and it should remember. Worst case scenario design your own compile command.

Jon Paris


On 22-Oct-09, at 3:28 PM, Jeff Buening wrote:

Does ILE COBOL CRTBNDCBL have a way in the PROCESS statement to set the
compiler to always compile a program in ACTGRP(name-activation) (whatever I
choose for the name-activation)? I have noticed ILE RPG has an H- Spec that
seems to do this, but have not found anything for ILE COBOL. The problem
is that I want to use ILE COBOL with WDSC but others still use PDM and OPM,
so what to make sure they get the correct default if they compile. If this
isn't an option why has IBM not done this?

Jeff Buening

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