Jim

I assume these are DDS menus. If so, my suggestion is probably not practical but has long-term benefits, IMO.

Change to UIM menus - only one source member and no database relationships to worry about.

There are some things you can't do with UIM menus that you can with DDS ones, but not many. Wean one's self from pretty colors and all that - heh!

HTH
Vern

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From: JDHorn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

RE: Find library of program to process a command, thanks all for your help
with the previous issue.

New issue

We use the following scenario to promote test programs to production

put test library on top of library list, if no issues- run program to copy
objects/source to appropriate production libraries, remove test library
from library list, next day rename test library to a save library

this works great except for menu's. the menu's need to be recompiled
after they are moved to the production libraries before the library they
were compiled in is renamed. anyone know a fix to this?

Jim Horn

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