• Subject: Re: Installing new DSPFs (was: Design shift of view)
  • From: "Neil Wood" <neil@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 24 Jul 1998 12:19:49 -0500

Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't it take an IPL to remove a library from
the system libl?  In either case you have to have *ALLOBJ and *SECADM to
change the SYSTEM libl.

Or do you mean the user libl?

Neil Wood
Programmer Analyst
IBM Certified Specialist

From: Rick Baird <rbbaird@Premsys.com>

>I have used a technique that is fairly simple, and works pretty well
>for me.
>create an empty library. I'll call it NEW1
>1. when you have a program to install, compile the objects into NEW1.
>2. change the system library list to place NEW1 in the system portion
>of everyone's library list.
>3. send a message to all active users to sign off and sign back on
>within the hour (or 10 minutes, or whatever).
>4. after that time period, everyone should be out of the offending
>program and using the new one.
>5. compile the objects again into the production library and remove
>NEW1 from the system library list.
>6. Delete objects from NEW1 before repeating procedure.
>James W. Kilgore wrote:


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