From the InfoCenter description of Create Duplicate Object - I suspect your
issue is 2nd point.
Can't get around this rule (that I know of).
Jim Franz


When a logical file is copied into another library, two cases determine the
basing for the file:
1.If both the logical file and its based-on physical file are originally in
the same library, a duplicate of the physical file must be created in the
new library before a duplicate of the logical file is created. After these
two duplicates are created, the new logical file is based on the new
physical file.
2.If the logical file and its based-on physical file are originally in
different libraries, it is not necessary to duplicate the physical file
before duplicating the logical file. In this case, the duplicated logical
file is based on the same physical file as was the original logical file.
Unlike the first case, even if the physical file is copied into the new
library before the logical file is copied, the duplicated logical file is
based on the original physical file, not on the duplicated physical file.


-----Original Message-----
From: MIDRANGE-L [mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Alan
Campin
Sent: Thursday, October 08, 2015 8:30 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: CRTDUPOBJ and Join Logical

I am trying to create a copy of a join logical into another library. I have
all the physicals in my work library and my library at the top of the list
and none of the old libraries on my library list but when I finished doing
the CRTDUPOBJ the join logical is pointing at the original libraries, not
the current one which it does not with a regular logical.

I checked the archive and did see much. If this normal behavior?
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