Add or Remove the module in service Program….?

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How to ad or remove the Module in Service Program.....?

Please suggest!!!

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You have to have the source for the service program to and add or remove the module.

Be VERY careful when removing modules from service programs. As IBM says “Unpredictable results may occur.”

You may also want to look at this thread here for more information on how to use binder language.

http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/itanswers/binder-language/

Thanks for the advise,

Could you please let me know about the how a service program have a source code.

as per my knowledge,binder language is use for to list out the procedue avaible out side the the service program…my question was on how to add or remove the MODULE from service program…..please elborate
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Look at the link provided in my original answer. It has links to articles that will tell everything you need to know on how to create binder source and add and remove modules from the source.

Teandy

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  • TomLiotta
    To add/remove a module in a service program, the simplest way is to execute CRTSRVPGM with a different list of modules. I can't imagine any simpler way in any case. It's just a single command after all. Tom
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