We had so many to deal with (one application had all of its user-written objects (including LFs) in a 'user' library).
We wrote an app to scan our libs, looking for LFs and their 'based-on' files, and created a PF of cross-lib dependencies to use in the event of a disaster-- plus, IBM helped with their restore process recognizing cross-lib dependencies.
Our idea was that we'd use the file to manually restore the libs with our LFs a 2nd time (if needed) to restore the LFs. Depended on the alpha sequence of the lib names.
--Paul E Musselman
From: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Sent: Oct 21, 2021 11:10 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Logical files not in same library as physical files
I know that we can create logical files in different libraries than
the physical files, but I don't like that idea. What are your thoughts as
to the advantages/drawbacks of the multi library approach?
All the best,
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