At 08:38 PM 12/7/97 -0500, you wrote:
>Thanks for the responses.
>
>>QUSRSYS is where IBM puts all their files.  Try taking it out, and their
>>stuff requiring files will fail.  (Nothing important, passthru, snads,
>>office, etc.)  QHLPSYS contains all help text.  Try taking it out, and then
>>press F1, you will be less than impressed.
>
>I was reading a book, Application Developer's Handbook for the AS/400,
>written by Michael Otey, and he was discussing library lists.  The 2
>libraries I mentioned were not mentioned in his discussion about
>libraries lists so I was wondering if they were even needed in the
>library list, like when libraries names are hardcoded in programs when
>a CALL is made.
>
The System Value QSYSLIBL has is shipped as:

        QSYS
        QSYS2
        QHLPSYS
        QUSRSYS

Try taking QSYS out of your library list, and see how long your job lasts.
(Please note, this is a joke.  Never take QSYS out of your library list!)

My suggestion is that these four libraries always exist in QSYSLIBL, no
matter what.

Al

                                        

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