Common SMP/E base – Two different environments – User exits

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Hello, Just wondering how the following situation can be addressed while remaining faithful to SMP/E: we have two different environments that we're both migrating to z/OS 1.9. In so doing, we want to have a single SMP/E environment for z/OS, as the differences between the two reside elsewhere. There are a couple of niggles, however; to pick one, the PSF user exits, which have a fixed name (APSUX##), are different in both environments. How would you go about supporting this in a purely SMP/E fashion? I know I can manually linkedit the exit into a user link library that I'll SYSLIB() in PROGxx, or I could use a stub APSUX## that would determine which system it's running on before transferring control to the proper routine, but those approaches seem less elegant. Thanks for any insight, Phil

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