On 21-Mar-2012 15:28 , James Lampert wrote:
Anybody have any idea what a QSWCDSEL is?

A program named QSWCDSEL is presumably described by [while not implying any relationship to the subject src918BB981] the following breakdown of the name:

; _Q_ Prefix identifying object owned by the OS/400 or i5/OS
; _SW_ Switched Communications [as a two-byte software component identifier of the OS]
; _CD_ Controller Description [contrasted with ND=Network Description for similar QSW*, QSWND* vs QSWCD*, program prefixes]
; _SEL_ Suffix to describe the CD function; as a SWAG: ¿Selection?

Note with that component SW /naming/ used to describe effective methods and objects, the possible use of [where "~" implies "may signify"] the characters: M~Mode, L or LD or LU ~LUD, X~X.25, V~Vary, T~Target, and EV~Event; nothing I am aware of for S, SE, E, or EL.

Regards, Chuck

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