Christina Gonzalez wrote:
>      Can you do the following in a CLP program??
>      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 


You can certainly do that. The library need not be in the library list
at all. If you are having trouble with this command, you are either
running your program outside the scope of the override (OVRSCOPE
parameter), or another override is modifying your override before the
file is opened (SECURE parameter). In some cases, you also need to share
the access path so that two HLL program files share a common cursor
(OPNQRYF, etc.). You can do that with the SHARE parameter. 

You can tell what's happening in your job by adding a breakpoint
immediately before your program gets called and looking at the overrides
with DSPJOB or option 5 from WRKACTJOB or WRKUSRJOB. Once the file is
open, the override has no effect.


Pete Hall
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