Thanks, Tom -

I took your second suggestion and all is well . . .

Steve

"Tom Liotta" <qsrvbas@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in
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> I also agree, though there are least two _possible_ alternatives to
QCMDEXC or QCAPCMD.
>
> First is to use REXX rather than CL -- which gives a similar result to the
QCMDEXC use in some ways anyway.
>
> Second is to issue the CRTUSRPRF but specifying *NONE as a single value
for each qualified parameter that allows it. Then have a series of
CHGUSRPRFs that each only set a specific parameter value. The first would
set a qualified INLPGM *IF* it should be other than *NONE. The second would
change ATNPGM *IF* it wasn't *NONE... etc.
>
> Not pretty, I know, but it actually might be less coding and less error
prone especially during any future maintenance.
>
> Tom Liotta
>
> "Elvis Budimlic" wrote:
>
> >I agree with Phil.
> >You are either going to have different paths for special values (don't
> >recommend it, lots of code) or build the command string piecewise and
> >use QCMDEXC to perform the CRTUSRPRF.
> >
> >-----Original Message-----
> >
> >It may be that the VCP for CRTUSRPRF doesn't like an entry for the LIB
> >part of these parms, when the program part is *NONE.
> >
> >Although the error doesn't show it, I think this is the issue;
> >
> >For example INLPGM(*NONE    /       ) is what the VCP doesn't like being
> >passed, instead of INLPGM(*NONE) for the cases where a special value
> >(i.e. *NONE) is allowed for a parameter.
> >
> >If you prompt a working command that uses *NONE and do a F14, you'll see
> >what I mean.
> >
> >HTH,
> >
> >--phil
> >
> >
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