At 03:01 PM 12/9/97 EST, you wrote:
>Vernon & Marc,
>In a message dated 97-12-09 14:08:26 EST, you write:
>> >By the way, I'm curious, why is there a QSYS2?  Why aren't those objects
>>  >in QSYS?
>>  I don't know _why_ they're there, but that is where the system SQL
>>  are kept, for one thing.
>Also used to be where previous release support objects were kept, don't know
>if that's still the case...

Just took a look at WRKLIB QSYS* on our v4r1 box:

>QSYS        PROD        System Library                
>QSYSCGI     PROD        System CGI Program Library    
>QSYSDIR     PROD                                      
>QSYSINC     PROD        QSYS Includes Library         
>QSYSLOCALE  PROD        Library used by C++           
>QSYSV3R1M0  PROD        Previous Release Support - 3.1
>QSYSV3R2M0  PROD        Previous Release Support - 3.2
>QSYSV3R6M0  PROD        Previous Release Support - 3.6
>QSYSV3R7M0  PROD                                      
>QSYS2       PROD        System Library for CPI's         
>QSYS38      PROD        Previous Release Support - Sys/38

So that's what the 'horse' saysóCommon Programming Interfaces for QSYS2.


Vernon Hamberg
Systems Software Programmer
Old Republic National Title Insurance Company
400 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55401
(612) 371-1111 x480

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