"WDSCI-L" <wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on 09/16/2016 01:03:52 PM:
Question, you do know you don’t have to use Binding Directories in
TurnOver as once you compile the program with the new module in your
Worklist library then TurnOver will manage the compile for you with
the correct list of modules/service programs. It is a pain to
manually compile and have to specify the correct list of modules, we
use a similar method but we have an interface for editing the list
of objects bound in.

If you're only using Binding Directories to manage modules then
that is probably mostly true -- unless you know something I don't. We
use TURNOVER but continue to have to use Binding Directories because we
ran into the problem of having too many bound modules for TURNOVER to
handle. So, at first we were just puting the surplus names in our Binding
Directory. But then we decided to just put them all in there and not have
to use such big create command overrides in TURNOVER anymore. On the flip
side, we also use many service programs and TURNOVER can't automatically
resolve service procedure calls to service programs. So, we have to use a
Binding Directory anyway.

Sincerely,

Dave Clark

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