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It seems that when we went through this something had to be re-booted.  I
don't remember if it was the iSeries or the PC.


Dave Boettcher

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From: Reeve Fritchman []
Sent: Monday, October 07, 2002 12:58 PM
To: Wdsci-L@Midrange. Com
Subject: [WDSCI-L] Library list problems

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VERIFY isn't working; it can't find any files after I juggled my iSeries
library lists (from V36 to V37) over the weekend.  The files are now in V37
but not in V36; the program(s) compile properly on the green-screen side in

I've changed everything application-wise on the iSeries I need to, including
job descriptions and startup programs (QUSRLIBL isn't used).  I've changed
my CODE autostart server library list, cleared the cache, and deleted the
CODE user spaces in my current library.  The QUSRWRK jobs that appear to be
handling VERIFY tasks shows the right library list (V37) but the VERIFY
listing shows all V36 files and objects.

Then...*inspiration*: the library list is buried (like everything else)
somewhere in WDSC.  But I don't seem to have a connection defined to my
iSeries.  So I create a connection to my box, go through the steps, and a
connection is created...but the connection has the wrong (old) library list,
meaning there's something hidden somewhere in WDSC.

Now, I'm looking at the Server|iSeries Objects|Default Filter Pool|Library
list and haven't a clue how to change this "filter".  I've double-clicked,
right-clicked, and "Properties"'ed it for the last 30 minutes and remain

Can anybody set me straight?


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