At 09:32 AM 12/11/97 -0500, you wrote:
>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?

When you create a library, there is a TYPE parameter, which can be set to
*PROD or *TEST.  The default is *PROD.  In prior releases of the system
(both 38 and 400), because of bugs, the type turned out to be blank or just
'*'.  In this case, the system uses the FLIPACOIN command to determine what
to do.

If you have any libraries without a correct type, they can be fixed with
the CHGLIB command, assuming you have proper authority.


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