CLRLIB on IG1

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AS/400 DDM Function
AS/400 Library
DDM
LPAR
Hello

I appreciate 2 answres but I would like to tell you that I have finished my program and I used option 23.

23. Clear lib on IG1.

I used SBMRMTCMD AND FOR ddm FILE i JUST USED or called a "testfile" Now I use this in a CL program and program compiled. But I did not call it because this will mess up the backupLPAR. As I get permission I'll use it. If you 2 have any other suggestion please give me those suggestions.

 

M Khan



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  • TomLiotta
    I would have my program retrieve the command from some external object such as a data area. Then I could test my program by putting a command in the data area that did some trivial thing like "SNDMSG HI TOML". I could run the program to see if "HI" showed up in my TOML message queue on IG1. If the SNDMSG command worked, then I'd feel assured that the program was correct. After the program worked, I could then change the data area to have the CLRLIB command instead the SNDMSG command. Putting the command outside the program lets it be flexible. You can make the same program do different things without having to recompile. Tom
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