Using this example:

* I need to set the appropriate library list with the production/test
environment.
* I need to copy all of the source members that I will be updating
into file QDEV.
* I need test data so I don't mess with real data.

In other words, I have had, until now,  only one *PF-SRC.  I am trying to keep it that way, without getting ridiculous and wildly off track.

Service programs, prototypes, and binder source members are probably going to blow my one-file solution out of the water.



On 10/29/2018 2:43 PM, Buck Calabro wrote:
But... can you describe the
convention you use for your source members? Say we're adding the Twitter
handle to a customer contact file. Particularly helpful would be:

Physical file
Service program
Prototypes
Binder source
Inquiry program that needs this service program
Display file for inquiry program

I think this is fairly representative of a simple ILE application. I see
at least 6 source members; where do you store them?

-- --buck http://wiki.midrange.com Your updates make it better!


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