I never thought of doing it that way. That's why I like this list so

Thanks for the responses (and the thread).

Kurt Anderson
Application Developer

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

Yes, I was thinking that the bnddir with the service programs would
contain service programs for multiple programs. It might include all of
them, or a subset of them. But I wouldn't have a separate binding
directory for each program that contained the service programs needed by
that program.

I would only expect to change a binding directory if I added a new
module or a new service program. I wouldn't expect to have to change a
binding directory if I needed another service program to be bound to my
program. I would expect the new service program to be picked up
automatically from an existing binding directory.

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