On 26 Apr 2012 10:00, Jerry C. Adams wrote:
I deal with a lot of old S/36 style menus and use UIM for new, native
menus. I was wondering if there was any way to display the name of
the library, in which the menu resides, on the menu? The reason I ask
is because I create test libraries every night from production. I
have separate profiles for production and test. Sometimes I forget
which environment I'm in! Of course, I can DSPLIBL or WRKUSRJOB.
Thought there might be an easier way, like a parameter on the menus
that I missed or forgot about.

Look up "Dialog Variables" for the "User interface manager (UIM)"; in the "Application Display Programming" manual IIRC. I believe there is a variable for the menu name, and probably library, and I know for sure a User name.

Regards, Chuck

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