Dutch,

I know several people have responded already, and may have given you this
solution, but - for RDi 9.1

Right click on the connection
Select Properties
for the initial command put something like "CALL PGM(WDSCJGE/SETTSTLIBL)"
Click on OK.

Then go and create the CL program to set your library list. I have a file
of library names I want in the list, and the CL program walks through the
file to set the list. This way if there is a change or I am working on a
new project, I can change the file and the library list is different next
time I connect.

HTH

Jim Essinger
Western Power Sports
Boise ID



On Thu, Oct 23, 2014 at 6:40 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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