Your earlier post was accurate Mike.

An initial program with an CHGSYSLIBL command is the only way I know of
to override the default system library list.

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> On Behalf Of Mike.Collins@syan.co.uk
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> Subject: Re: Library List
>
>
> The question related to the System Library List, not the User Library
> List,
> which unless something has changed since V4R4 of the operating system
> cannot be specified on a job description, and can only be amended via
> CHGSYSLIBL if you wish to amend it for an individual job. Unless I am
> misunderstanding the question of course.
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