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Hey, folks. I hope you can help me solve a problem I am having.

I am trying to duplicate a set of libraries onto my machine. The physicals
are in one library(PHYLIB), the logicals were compiled to another library
(LOGLIB).  I have a third library called COMBINED, which has both the
physical and logicals in one library. The duplicate library names are
PHYLIB2, LOGLIB2, and COMBINED.

I am using SAVLIB and RSTLIB for this operation (save access path = 'Y'). I
removed the COMBINED, PHYLIB, and LOGLIB  libraries from the library list
before I did the restore.

When I dspfd on a logical in the COMBINED2 library, the logical points to
the COMBINED2 physical file.

When I dspfd on a logical in the LOGLIB2, the logical is pointing to the
original PHYLIB physical file.

What must I do, short of recompiling all the logicals and programs, to get
the logicals in LOGLIB2 to point to PHYLIB2?

Many thanks for your help,

Patrick Shrader



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