Thanks,
I tried adding my startup command to the command line but it didn't work.

On 10/23/2014 8:40 AM, RPGLIST 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....

I think the easiest way is to use the Connection. Right click the
connection, Properties, Subsystems. You can change the library list
there, either by putting the libraries you want or calling a CL program
that does it (in the initial command box).

I have several test / QA / production environments, and I have a
separate connection for each project in each environment. That makes
managing the library list easier for me.

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