I do not think that the LIBL changes persist - it looks like the service
jobs have their LIBL reset to the default of the user when assigned to
do the task. We just cannot use that, as our library list is
constructed by our legacy system instead of being statically assigned to
the user.
I had the same problem before on a MQ-to-Java-to-RPG call, which wasn't a
database trigger or service program, but for similar reasons it had the
same issue of the RPG program being ran with zero library list. Our
problem was our dev box houses multiple environments, a set of dev
libraries and a set of test libraries, so hard coding a CHGLIBL command at
the top of the RPG program wasn't an option. The way I got around it was
to pass in the whole CHGLIBL command as an input parameter - then I just
build up the CHGLIBL command in Java beforehand and pass it through, and
the RPG program simply executes whatever CHGLIBL command it gets in that
first parameter as one of the first things it does. This worked well for


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