• Subject: Re: File Overrides
  • From: James Turnbull <jamest@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Dec 1997 10:34:21 +1100
  • Organization: International Technology Group

Yes it is possible.  It depends where the file you are overriding (CONGRESS) is
in your library list.  If the library it is in is above Y2PAYROLL it'll be 
picked
up.  If Y2PAYROLL is above the library that contains the file you are overriding
then it will assume you are trying to override the file to itself and crash.

So yes you are right that it can be done via your library list.  It is not
however possible without your library list because you are unable to qualify the
file being overridden.

                                                                James Turnbull
                                                                AS/Tech
Consulting
Christina Gonzalez wrote:

>      Hi,
>      I have a question...
>
>      Can you do the following in a CLP program??
>
>          OVRDBF  FILE(CONGRESS) TOFILE(Y2PAYROLL/CONGRESS)
>
>      where file CONGRESS resides in the current library but you want to
>      point to the version of the file in library Y2PAYROLL.
>
>      Library Y2PAYROLL is in the library list but is not the current
>      library.
>
>      I don't wish to make library Y2PAYROLL my current library.
>
>      I know that I could always change the library list to make it work the
>      way I want but I was curious to know if the same thing could be
>      accomplished by using the OVRDBF command.  I checked the manual in the
>      on-line website quickly for OVRDBF and it says that you can put in a
>      specific library but we didn't get the results we expected.
>



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