The PDM replacement I have seen is ObjTool from Brad (
http://bvstools.com/objtool.html). I have never used it, so I can't say
anything more about it.

What everyone seems to be missing is that iSeries Navigator is the
operations tool, not WDSc. I agree that I use PDM a lot for that, but
honestly, between WDSc and Ops Nav, I can get most things done that I need
to get done.

On Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 11:11 PM, CRPence <crp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Seems like a good opportunity for a tool vendor or an open source
project. Maybe then there could be a /position-to/ in the options and
something enabling options to be active specific to the level of LIB vs
OBJ vs MBR. And perhaps actual commands with CMD() parameters that
implement ADD & CHG for the user defined options; maybe there was some
design limitation that I am not aware of, for which UIM panels versus
command panels were preferred.?



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