• Subject: Library List.
  • From: "Marc Zylka" <mzylka@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 6 Dec 1997 21:00:54 -0500

  I'm in the process of cleaning up our system.  One of the items I am
looking at is the library list.  For some reason, most of the libraries we
use are in the system portion of the library list, which takes up all 15
positions.  Most of those I'll be moving to the user portion soon.  Is there
anything I need to look out for when I do this?

  Also, libraries QHLPSYS and QUSRSYS are also in the system portion of the
library list.  If these libraries only contain items that
are 'Q' items (no locally defined objects), do they need to be
in the library list at all?

  How should QUSRSYS normally be used?  Someone has placed
output queues in this one which I would normally place into QGPL.
Any opinions on this?

Marc Zylka (mzylka@netpath.net)

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