• Subject: Re: Binding Directories
  • From: "M. Lazarus" <mlazarus@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Jan 2001 20:23:26 -0500


At 1/15/01 09:56 AM -0600, you wrote:
>Why it does it is simple. The CRTPGM is not smart enough (and it shouldn't
>be) to determine for you which of the identical exports you really want,
>even if you order the srvpgms/modules in your libl so that the one you want
>is the first one found. For the CRTPGM to make the choice for you, it would
>need to 'know' more about your code. It's just protecting you from the very
>real horrors of binding to the incorrect one.

  I disagree.  The /400 is designed in all other aspects to use the 
*LIBL.  I don't care for this design.  If you really want a different 
order, the CRTPGM supports explicit lib/module if you want to override the 


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