it is right, that the library list of the RSE job will be set to the library
list of the TN5250J job if you start the RDi editors for a member via
The fact, that the library list will be truncated if you have more than 12
libraries is a bug which I have fixed now.
You can download the new version of the TN5250J Plugin from our homepage at
Von: WDSCI-L [mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] Im Auftrag von Rick
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 8. Oktober 2014 23:16
An: Websphere Development Studio Client for iSeries
Betreff: [WDSCI-L] TN5250J and the Library list
Something I noticed before but it never bothered me too much, but now that
we recently upgraded to 9.1 with live parsing, it has become an issue.
Some times the library list on my RSE connection changes, and when it does
live parsing starts throwing errors because it cannot find files it needs.
I tracked it down to using the special display file in TN5250J that will
open a source member in LPEX. Whenever I use this, the library list of the
So I thought not a problem, I'll just make sure the job has the same
library list as the connection. But when I do that, it still changes it,
now to the first 12 libraries in the list, which happen to be within the
first 100 bytes of the LIBL variable which is 2751 long. I called up the
display on a green screen outside of TN5250J and the field is getting
Anybody else using this feature of TN5250J and see the same issue? Or
found a way around it?
I did poke around in the source code and did find where I think it does
it's magic to open the member, but did not see anything that looked like it
would be an issue, but that java code is well beyond anything I have done
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