Copy Objects( SRVPGM, MODULE ) to other system(iSeries)

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Hi everybody,

explain this, I have two iSeries one with all my sources and other only have object, so the first one I made my test an after that I normally copy objects to second system.

Now I have a doubt, what I need copy for second system if I have modules and service programs?

 And before I call these programs in the second system I need anything else for call?

Thanks.

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You only need to copy the *PGM objects.
You do not need the source or *MODULE as these were only needed for the object creation.

Many thanks Charlie.

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You need to copy *PGM objects if you updated modules in programs. But you need to copy *SRVPGM objects if you updated modules in service programs.

The *MODULE objects would only be useful for developing programs and service programs. They probably will never need to be copied to another system. The *PGM and *SRVPGM objects contain executable code and whichever ones are changed must be copied over.

Tom

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