• Subject: RE: Binding Directories
  • From: "Sims, Ken" <KSIMS@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 16 Jan 2001 13:07:29 -0500

Hi Mark -

>>Specifying OPTION(*DUPPROC) on the CRTPGM or CRTSRVPGM command will cause
>>the first found procedure to be used.  The default is for a fatal error if
>>there are duplicates.
>  1)  I don't care for the default (and CHGCMDDFT is not an option here).
>  2)  In what case would the default be *good*?  To protect us from

There are arguments on both sides as to where *DUPPROC or *NODUPPROC should
be the default.  I have mixed feelings myself so I'm going to take the
coward's way out and leave that issue alone! <G>

I think that the use of OPTION with multiple values so that CHGCMDDFT can't
be used just plain sux.  Each of the possibilities should be broken out into
a separate parameter so that each shop could set the defaults to its own

One possibility to consider is creating a PDM user options for CRTPGM and/or
CRTSRVPGM with the options specified that you want, something like:


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