Dave,

Use TYPE(*TEST) or TYPE(*PROD) on the CRTLIB and CHGLIB commands.

Stan

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From:  David Prowak[SMTP:prowakd@emi.com]
Sent:  Thursday, December 11, 1997 6:33 AM
To:  midrange list
Subject:  STRDBG - production/test libraries


On the STRDBG command, using UPDPROD(*NO) will stop
the program being debugged from opening any files from 
production libraries as update/output.

How does the system determine if a library
is a test library or a production library?

Thanks,
Dave
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