• Subject: Re: FTP call to QSYS/CRTPF instead of *LIBL/CRTPF
  • From: "Neil Palmer" <neilp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2001 08:14:00 -0500

The answer is probably for security reasons, and in future releases you're 
going to see more of that.  The idea of putting a custom version in a 
libary above QSYS in the *LIBL isn't going to work.  See the V4R5 Memo To 
Users for a hint of this.  You can order this via SNDPTFORD SF98056 or 
look it up at 
http://www.as400service.ibm.com/s_dir/sline003.nsf/3a8f58452f9800bc862562900059e09e/1fd8ce74858ce6d88625690c0073b189?OpenDocument&Highlight=2,SF98056

Or just read what it says here:

PROGRAMS THAT USE CUSTOMIZED VERSIONS OF IBM-SUPPLIED COMMANDS

Some OS/400 functions that use IBM-supplied CL commands that are not
library-qualified in V4R5 may be changed in a future release to specify
a specific library, *NLVLIBL or *SYSTEM, for the library qualifier.
Applications that depend on using their own version of commands instead
of the IBM-supplied ones will not work as they had on earlier releases.
Those applications should be changed to use the new retrieve command
exit point (QIBM_QCA_RTV_COMMAND) that allows your exit program to get
control when the command is used or the change command exit point
(QIBM_QCA_CHG_COMMAND) that allows your exit program to get control and
possibly change the command that will be used.

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"Maarten Vries, de" <m_devries74@hotmail.com>
Sent by: owner-midrange-l@midrange.com
2001/01/25 07:07
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Hi

In our enviroment the QSYS/CRTPF has public *exclude and higher in the
librarylist another command with CRTPF has public *use.

When we use FTP and issue a get and the file is not there the program
creates a PF, however it is trying to use the QSYS/CRTPF instead of the
other CRTPF that is higher in the system library list.
Can anyone tell me why IBM has chosen to hardcode the QSYS/CRTPF instead 
of
*LIBL/QSYS?

Maarten




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