I thought about suggesting DSPUSRPRF, but, for whatever reason, on the system
where I work, WRKLNK shows me my home directory in the IFS, not current
library. I assumed this was the usual behavior. Is this not the case??

John McKee

Quoting Scott Klement <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:


WRKLNK shows you your home directory.

How does WRKLNK show you your home directory?

DSPUSRPRF shows the home directory, and there are various APIs that show
it. But WRKLNK??

Are you confusing the home directory with your current directory?
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