Right click then connection, select Properties.
In the resulting window, select the subsystem node.
On the Objects tab you'll find a place to set the LIBL.
Alternatively, there's an "initial command" field you can enter a command
invoke that sets the library list. For example, we use Aldon and Aldon
includes a command ACMSLIBL that sets the library list for specified
environment.
For example: ACMSLIBL REL(ML_MODS/OLS_SYSTEM/MIAMILUKEN) ENV(DVP)
DVPNAME(MYUSRNAME)





On Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 8:40 AM, RPGLIST <rpglist@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Is there a way to have Rdi keep my library from one day to the next? I hae
about 15 libraries that I use daily and I really hate having to add them
every day to Rdi....

Dutch


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