I agree with Phil as to the cause of your problem.  Looking at the
posting to use QCMDEXC to solve the situation is over kill in my mind.  You
can easily put the slash in a variable and place the change variable in a
do loop depending on the value of  base parm.  If you substring the base
parms for the first position and find an '*' you will know you do not need
the library and slash.
      Agreement with John is also here.  There was nothing sudden about
this.
                                       
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Steve,


Suddenly?

As in "It used to work, nothing has changed, and now it doesn't work."

Can you look at the program object and see when it last changed?  I
agree with Phil's analisys of the problem, but wanted to add that this
is not behavior that should magically appear.  If Phil is right, eitehr
the program always has done this, or someone has changed something
recently.

Jte




> We have a Command & CL program which allows a (specific)
> user to enter a
> user profile name and copy it to another (new) user
> profile (this is not all
> that the CL program does but only the part which is
> causing trouble).
> Suddenly, this program is not working when the original
> user profile has
> INLMNU(*SIGNOFF) and/or INLPGM(*NONE) or when a parm
> pulled in via RTVUSRPRF
> begins with an "*".  When this occurs, we receive multiple
> CPD0078 (Value
> '*NONE     ' for parameter INLPGM not a valid name, for
> example) messages,
> one for initial program, one for initial program library,
> etc.
>
> The offending code looks like this
>
> IF         COND(&COPY *EQ 'Y') THEN(DO)
> RTVUSRPRF  USRPRF(&FROMUSER) SPCAUT(&SPCAUT) +
>              INLPGM(&INLPGM) INLPGMLIB(&INLPGMLIB) +
>              JOBD(&JOBD) JOBDLIB(&JOBDLIB) +
>              GRPPRF(&GRPPRF) OWNER(&OWNER) +
>              GRPAUT(&GRPAUT) ACGCDE(&ACGCDE) +
>              OUTQ(&OUTQ) OUTQLIB(&OUTQLIB) +
>              USRCLS(&USRCLS) ASTLVL(&ASTLVL) +
>              SPCENV(&SPCENV) CURLIB(&CURLIB) +
>              INLMNU(&INLMNU) INLMNULIB(&INLMNULIB) +
>              LMTCPB(&LMTCPB) PRTDEV(&PRTDEV) +
>              ATNPGM(&ATNPGM) ATNPGMLIB(&ATNPGMLIB) +
>              GRPAUTTYP(&GRPAUTTYP) SUPGRPPRF(&SUPGRPPRF)
>
>                 . . . . various MONMSGs for original user
> profile existence,
> authority, locks omitted . . .
>
> ?          CRTUSRPRF USRPRF(&USER) PASSWORD(password) +
>              PWDEXP(*YES) USRCLS(&USRCLS) +
>              ASTLVL(&ASTLVL) CURLIB(&CURLIB) +
>              INLPGM(&INLPGMLIB/&INLPGM) +
>              INLMNU(&INLMNULIB/&INLMNU) +
>              LMTCPB(&LMTCPB) TEXT(&LNAME *TCAT ',' +
>              *BCAT &FNAME *TCAT ' -' *BCAT &DEPT) +
>              SPCAUT(&SPCAUT) SPCENV(&SPCENV) +
>              JOBD(&JOBDLIB/&JOBD) GRPPRF(&GRPPRF) +
>              OWNER(&OWNER) GRPAUT(&GRPAUT) +
>              GRPAUTTYP(&GRPAUTTYP) +
>              SUPGRPPRF(&SUPGRPPRF) ACGCDE(&ACGCDE) +
>              PRTDEV(&PRTDEV) OUTQ(&OUTQLIB/&OUTQ) +
>              ATNPGM(&ATNPGMLIB/&ATNPGM)
>
> and the resulting CRTUSRPRF screen looks like this
>
>                         Create User Profile (CRTUSRPRF)
>
> Type choices, press Enter.
>
> User profile . . . . . . . . . .         > STEVETEST
> Name
> User password  . . . . . . . . .     > password
> Name, *USRPRF,
> *NONE
> Set password to expired  . . . . > *YES
> *NO, *YES
> Status . . . . . . . . . . . . .               *ENABLED
> *ENABLED,
> *DISABLED
> User class . . . . . . . . . . .          > *USER
> *USER,
> *SYSOPR, *PGMR...
> Assistance level . . . . . . . .        > *SYSVAL
> *SYSVAL, *BASIC,
> *INTERMED...
> Current library  . . . . . . . .         > *CRTDFT
> Name, *CRTDFT
> Initial program to call  . . . .       > *NONE
> Name, *NONE
>   Library  . . . . . . . . . . .            >     '  '
> Name,
> *LIBL, *CURLIB
> Initial menu . . . . . . . . . .           > *SIGNOFF
> Name, *SIGNOFF
>   Library  . . . . . . . . . . .            >     '  '
> Name,
> *LIBL, *CURLIB
> Limit capabilities . . . . . . .         > *YES
> *NO, *PARTIAL,
> *YES
> Text 'description' . . . . . . .        > 'TEST, STEVE -
> HR'
>
>
>
>
> More...
> F3=Exit   F4=Prompt   F5=Refresh   F10=Additional
> parameters   F12=Cancel
> F13=How to use this display        F24=More keys
> Value '*NONE     ' for parameter INLPGM not a valid name.
> +
>
>
> This also happens on the OUTQ and ATNPGM parameters of
> CRTUSRPRF.  I have
> checked for PTFs but have found none.
>
> Is anyone aware of any fixes for this situation?  Or have
> you run into this
> before?
>
> TIA,
>
> Steve
> (who apologizes in advance because I don't think the
> format of the CRTUSRPRF
> screen is going to translate very well into a newsgroup
> posting :-)  )
>
>
>
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