A bit of clarification here.  There are two portions to the library list,
the "system library list" (IBM default is QSYS, QSYS2, QHLPSYS, QUSRSYS),
and the "user library list" (IBM default QGPL, QTEMP).   IBM's intention is
that you would only mess with the user portion.

CHGLIBL changes the user portion, CHGSYSLIBL changes the system portion.
CHGSYSLIBL is a very dangerous command, and as such is shipped with public
authority *EXCLUDE.

My comments as to the job description only relate to the user portion.

Al - on the way to Atlanta

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... the *SYSVAL on the *jobd refers to the user-libl, and therefore the
QUSRLIBL value.

Using CHGSYSLIBL in the INLPGM is the only way I would know to achieve this
... why I might want to I cannot imagine :-)

Jeff Bull

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We're on V4R5 and a previous posting about changing the job description
from QDFTJOBD to a copy of QDFTJOBD with the library list parameter
changed from *SYSVAL to a list of the libraries I do want.

Steven Donnellan
AS/400 Systems Manager
IBM Certified Specialist - AS/400 Professional Operator
Simon Jersey Ltd

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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.

> -----Original Message-----
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> On Behalf Of Mike.Collins@syan.co.uk
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> Subject: Re: Library List
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> 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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