http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/iseries/v5r2/ic2924/info/cl/clallusr.htm Here's the official word from the CRTLIB help on the LIB parameter: Note: You should not use a name that begins with the character Q. The system assumes that libraries with those names are system libraries. Your only "recovery" from the current situation is to rename the library to something that doesn't start with 'Q'. Probably not what you wanted to hear, eh? <g> GA --- "Smith, Dave" <DSmith@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > One of my customers has a library on their system that was created many > many years ago that contains all their custom code and custom files. > This library begins with the letter "Q" which is the first letter of the > company that originally created the library. While I know itâ??s not a > good idea to name a library beginning with the letter "Q", I donâ??t > know if thatâ??s part of my problem. > > The problem is that this library does not show up as a user library on > the system. When I run the command DSPLIB LIB(*ALLUSR), it does not show > up. When I look in the Change Library Backup List off the SETUPBCKUP > menu, it does not appear. I also can not do a SAVLIB *ALLUSR because it > will not be included on the save. I am forced to save this library by > name to get a backup on it. > > What on the system is telling it that this is not a "User" library? And > how can I change it? > > V5R2 and I believe this library ad the same issue on previous releases. > > Thanks for the help! > > David Smith __________________________________ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail - More reliable, more storage, less spam http://mail.yahoo.com
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