So why would you want to have two binding directories for one program?
Does your service program binding directory contain all service programs
- so it is shared among programs and service programs alike?

If not, keeping them separate seems completely arbitrary to me, and I
don't see the benefit it provides.

My experience with binding directories has really been a 1:1 situation -
1 directory for 1 object.

Kurt Anderson
Application Developer
Highsmith

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[mailto:rpg400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Barbara Morris
Sent: Thursday, August 07, 2008 12:19 PM
To: rpg400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Question about service programs

Bob P. Roche wrote:
How does having to remember to name all modules, every time you
recompile simplify things? If it is in the binding directory, and you
have that listed in your H spec. It seems simpler to me. The compiler
will just find it.


I think it's ok to have modules in a binding directory, _but_
- the binding directory should _only_ have modules
- that binding directory should be used in the H spec of
_only one_ source member (the source member used for the
CRTBNDRPG).

A separate binding directory should be used for any _service programs_.

So, say you have PGMA which has modules PGMA, MODB, MODC, then you could
have a binding directory called PGMA listing modules MODB and MODC. The
H spec for PGMA would have BNDDIR('PGMA') and it might also have another
BNDDIR keyword to pick up service programs.
H BNDDIR('PGMA')
H BNDDIR('MYSRVPGMS')

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