Change Logo on AS400 Signon Screen

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Hi, I am new to this, I would like to change the logo on my AS400 screen, I know the source file and DSPF, but I am not sure how to change the Logo eventhough I knowthis can done using STRSDA. I can see the current logo using design screen,opt 12= design image..Can I make the chnages here or do I need to edit the dispaly file as well. Text display file desc. Field Value *IN01 0: *IN02 0: SYSNAME OOOOOOOO: SBSNAME OOOOOOOOOO: DEVNAME OOOOOOOOOO: USERID BBBBBBBBBB: PROGRAM BBBBBBBBBB: MENU BBBBBBBBBB: CURLIB BBBBBBBBBB: QSNERROR OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO COPYRIGHT OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO: UBUFFER BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB Please help.

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  • BigKat
    First (and most important) thing: copy the DDS member to a NEW one, and make your changes in THAT one!
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  • BigKat
    see Gilly400's answer to a similar question
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  • Mani1017
    Many Thanks..
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  • TomLiotta
    Note that you can do basic testing simply by running a simple CL program that displays your new display file. The biggest trick is that you can't change the order of the data fields in the buffer. You can change what columns they start in and what lines they display on, but always keep them in the same order in your DDS. The order should be: SYSNAME SBSNAME DEVNAME USERID PROGRAM MENU CURLIB QSNERROR COPYRIGHT UBUFFER That's the order that you show in your question. Those can be at the beginning or the end of your DDS -- or scattered through it. Just keep SYSNAME before SBSNAME, and SBSNAME before DEVNAME, etc. You can put constants anywhere in the DDS that you want. Constants won't affect how the data fields are laid out in the I/O buffers. Since you cannot compile the system program that displays the signon panel, you have to ensure that the buffer layout doesn't change. Can you copy/paste your current screen image here? (Paste into Notepad first, then copy/paste from Notepad so that proper end-of-line characters get included. A 5250 screen doesn't have end-of-line characters which is why so many things look weird here.) If I see the current image, I might have a suggestion. Tom
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