the answer is yes.

When using WRKLIBPDM, the command you want to change the curlib to the
one you are pointing to is:

CHGCURLIB &N

If you want to know what is available, enter PDM (any option), press
F16 to access custom command, F6 to create a new one then F1 to get to
the help. All subtitution variable (&something) are shown and
explained.

CRPence <crp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 2008-03-12 00:28 >>>
I have never found, but never asked. So maybe someone knows
something exists... Is there any /substitution variable/ available
that
enables an option defined like CC="ChgCurLib &±" to set the current
library to the name of the library in which the object resides [for OBJ

& MBR lists] *or* to the name of the library in the list [for a LIB
list]?

The "CHGCURLIB &L" will set my *CURLIB to QSYS when using WRKLIBPDM.

That outcome is not very helpful; in fact, very dangerous for me.
Seems daft to create two CHGCURLIB options to remember both what they
are and when\where to use them, or to have to write an alternate
command
or program to accept both &L, &O [and &T or maybe &B] to figure out
what
I meant.

Regards, Chuck

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