Execute from a source member list

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I saw a colleague run something, and I know he built the user defined option (F16) "EX" in the WRKxxxPDM display, I don't know the CMD/CL routine or Syntax for the source file/type. Thanks in advance! Dan

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i5 p740 v7

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I do not understand the question. Are you asking how to setup a User Defined PDM option or how to find out what program ran when your co-worker used the EX option?

If you want to know what happened when he used the EX option, ask him.

User Defined PDM options are usually stored in QGPL/QAUOOPT. That file comes with the AS400. Many developers will put a copy of that file in their own library or a “programmer tools” library. Then use F18 when in PDM to change the the name of the options files that they use. It does not have to be QAUOOPT.

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  • TomLiotta
    I agree that it's not clear what the problem is. No question was asked. I have a similar seeming option that I run against source members, but there's no way of knowing if they do similar actions. -- Tom
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