Having separate Workspaces may be an overkill. Just set up different Connection(s) for each project.

Within a given Workspace you can have as many Connections to the same - or different - IBM i servers as you wish. Each Connection has its own library list which may be customised:

For each Connection, right-click the OBJECTS subsystem > PROPERTIES > INITIAL LIBRARY LIST

In addition, this List can be manipulated dynamically:

- Right-click the LIBRARY LIST filter > ADD or CHANGE as required
- With RDi V9.6 you also have a separate Library List view, which is quite handy

To summarise, the Workspace itself is not associated with any library list; the Connections defined within the Workspace determine the library list to be used.

HTH,
Brian.

On 09/02/2022 21:31, smith5646midrange@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
I am working on a few different projects and they need different library
lists for compiles (copybooks, files, etc.). Is there a way to have a
workspace automatically load a specific library list? That would allow me
to create a workspace for each project and switch back and forth. If not,
is there some other way to do this? I'd rather not manually have to load
the library list every time I start a session or switch projects.


I am currently running V9.5.



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