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| steven.donnellan@simonjersey.com
| Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 9:26 AM
| To: midrange-l@midrange.com
| Subject: RE: Library List
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| Our software company has a nasty habit of fixing problems by putting the
| fix further up the User Library List than the failing program and in the
| early days it really got out of hand.  I've since employed the Dogbert
| method of control on this; involving a plank of 2x4 wood....
| To get a specific product to work for all our users, I had to put it's
| libraries in the System Library List so that our software company couldn't
| 'bump' it out.
| It's messy, but it works.
| Programmers just don't always listen to those of us in the field who have
| to keep the box working for everyone else...

Sad.. but true...

Those who are 3 parts PHB to 1 part experience, sure make it tough on those
of us who have the proportions reversed.

(IMNSHO.)

jt



|
| Steven Donnellan
| AS/400 Systems Manager
| IBM Certified Specialist - AS/400 Professional Operator
| Simon Jersey Ltd
|
| http://www.simonjersey.com



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