The question is where to set it and what to include in it. I noticed that WRKENVVAR *JOB showed quite a few environment variables that were set by the install script so, following that logic, I when ahead and used ADDENVVAR 'LD_LIBRARY_LIST' and included '/QOpenSys/usr/lib'. The install still fails.

I can also add it to my .profile and see if that makes a difference. As I understand it, the library is needed at run time, so I have a couple of ideas that I may try to retain the install and then start the database daemon, which is where I *think* this guys is failing. Maybe add a copy to the PATH on the startup script and see what that does....

Pete Helgren
GIAC Secure Software Programmer-Java
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On 12/31/2016 8:02 PM, Jack Woehr wrote:
Can you set LD_LIBRARY_LIST and try the script again

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