Suppose OS/400 comes with a particular service program in QSYS library, and, for whatever reason, I want to preempt that version of the service program, and activate/run my own service program instead, during the time I invoke some legitimate high-level OS/400 command or API. Futhermore, suppose I can't preempt using CHGSYSLIBL, or equivalent, to place my service program copy higher in the library list over QSYS, due to the fact that the OS/400 programs that bind to the service program specify QSYS, not *LIBL, in the service program library field, and the program attribute "Allow Bound *SRVPGM Library Name Update" in *NO. Would I break any licenses or copyight rules if I simply RNMOBJ the original QSYS service program, then install my copy of my service program into QSYS library, then run some legitimate high-level OS/400 command or API, which then will bind to my copy of my service program?
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