>I have not done this but I wonder what happens if
>I modify QSYSLIBL to put QSYSV4R4M0 at the top,
>on an OS at V4R5.   Warning do not be tempted to try.
>Frank Kolmann

>>DON'T DO IT.  QSYSV4R4M0 is a library provided for *PRV compilations
>>Al Barsa, Jr.

>I, and I'm sure Jerry too, agree completely.
>Didn't catch the REASON behind the question...  Maybe there's another way
>accomplish this, via LPAR.  But don't know the original problem that was
>being addressed.

I dont have a reason as such. One of our programmers
modified a jobs *LIBL (system portion) with CHGSYSLIBL.
Could not even do a SYS REQ cancel, or SIGNOFF.
It is simply something that is very easy to do and
I suspect will disable the AS400.
IBM should prevent the backwards compatibility libs
getting into the SYSLIBL.

Frank Kolmann

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