>From: "Walden H. Leverich" <WaldenL@TechSoftInc.com>
>
>There is nothing "special" about the *PRV libraries, they are normal
>everyday libraries from an object point of view. The change you're
>suggesting would require a change to every piece of the system that deals
>with library lists and since we just had one of those at V5R1 I don't
think
>you'll find Rochester too egger to make another such change anytime soon.
>
>-Walden

I beg to differ.  Try running a command out of a *PRV lib.
If the system has the info to prevent commands being executed
then it has the info to prevent the *PRV lib being added
to the LibL.
Is there not a check presently to validate that a library in
fact exists, then how hard is it to put in a check to ensure
the library is of the right type.

Frank Kolmann



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