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Dave,
There is a relatively "new" command in CLLE named  DCLPRCOPT ...
You use this in a manner similar to the H-spec of ILE RPG IV ...
Place the DCLPRCOPT in your source, and specify the parameters you want, e.g.:
     DCLPRCOPT DFTACTGRP(*NO) ACTGRP('QILE')

and then whenever anyone compiles this CLLE member, whether using PDM option 14 or the equivalent actions in WDSCi or RDi, or even when typing the command CRTBNDCL on a command line, it will use these defaults to override what was specified on the command, just like what the ILE RPG IV compiler does with H-specs or CTL-OPT statement.
Hope that helps...
All the best,
Mark S. Waterbury
On Wednesday, August 17, 2022 at 09:25:00 AM EDT, Dave <dfx1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hello,



How can I automatically compile my CL program to run in a named ACTGRP as I
can with  RPG programs using the header specifications ? We don’t have any
custom compile commands. If I do it manually, theres a risk that someone
recompiles and it runs in the DFTACTGRP.



Thanks in advance for your help!!

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