Hi Simon,

Let me rather say that I am cautious, than afriad. I prefer doing certain
things, that may have an impact on a LICPGM, on a restricted (or 'idling')
machine. I hate being a 'keyboard-cowboy' :-). I agree that the option is most
useful. I have seen cases where certain objects have been deleted (from Client
Accident, specifically) and the LICPGM was bombing. Checked the product,
restored the two missing objects and, voila, problem solved. Did this when I
was still at IBM S.A.

BTW, wasn't the cricket somewhat weird? McGrath is one of your KEY guys! One
match out and the guys hand it to us!


Simon Coulter wrote:

> You are correct that CHKPRDOPT has been around a long time.  But as for the
> rest .... why are you so scared?  All this command does is check that all
> the objects listed in the various Product Load objects can be found in the
> associated product libraries.  It will invoke any product-defined exit
> programs during that process.  It will not take down your system.
>
>



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