• Subject: Re: triggered file list problem
  • From: John Hall <jhall@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 10:50:29 -0400

What if the file being updated (generating the trigger) is not in the
library list ?

John Hall

John P Carr wrote:
> Booth
> You can qualify the trigger program to a particular library.   However this
> is not your problem,   Your problem is the resources(FileMaudit) that the
> trigger program uses.     How does the Trigger program find all the
> resources it needs.
> A.  The Library List - Best choice over all for flexibliity.
> B. Run Qcmdexec or call a CL program from the Trigger program to add the
> "Libraries"  Needed.
> Using solution B.  you are Hardcoding the libraries.    What happens if you
> have a "Test or Development" version of the files and programs ?
> Now you physically have to change the Trigger program to add the "Test"
> library names.    Not Good.
> Solution A. is the Best.     You know the Golden Rule,     "Get Thy Library
> List In Order ! "  .
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