Can you just qualify the SNDNETF command? Oh, right, vendor software, no chance to modify....

Ok, how about using the command validation exit point? Seems like you could trap the non-qualified command, and qualify it to QSYS for this job?

Eric

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Yuk. That won't fly. The subsystem is QSNADS. The client has a custom
version of SNDNETF, and it's higher in the library list than the one in
QSYS.

Paul Nelson
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Paul,

I think RQSDTA would get overlaid by whatever command you are submitting...
Perhaps you want to add a routing entry to your subsystem to process the
RMVLIBLE...

Eric

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List,
Age is catching up quick here.

In a job description definition, there is a RQSDTA parameter. I was under
the impression that one could use that to call a program or run a command
when a job utilizing the JOBD was submitted.

What I want to do is have a library that is in the system portion of the
library list be removed from the job's library list for the duration of the
batch job. I have no control over the CL program being submitted. It is
vendor software, and I have no access to the source.

Is this possible, or has my memory failed me?

Thanks

Paul Nelson
Office 512-392-2577
Cell 708-670-6978
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