In the example I gave, each job that started ==within that subsystem== would 
have the system portion of the library list amended by having the SYSLIBLE() 
entry placed at the top of the list. (Hmmm... I wonder what happens if the job 
is then routed elsewhere...) BTW, it wasn't to say that Mike was wrong, but 
simply to note that the system portion may be amended without CHGSYSLIBL. (Of 
course, there's nothing to stop someone from only running a single job in a 
particular subsystem.)

Tom Liotta

On Mon, 03 December 2001, "Booth Martin" wrote:

> When you change the System Library List, don't you change it System wide?
> For everyone that signs on from then on?  Not just for the duration of your
> job, or for your job's users?
> -------Original Message-------
> Mike:
> Note that there are additional ways to amend the system portion of a library
> list although AFAIK none are as specific as a direct CHGSYSLIBL executed
> within the job. One example is through the SYSLIBLE() attribute of a
> subsystem description which is perhaps most commonly used to add a language
> library for jobs in that subsystem.
> Tom Liotta
> On Mon, 03 December 2001, wrote:
> > 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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