Usage of Binding Directories.

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Hi Group,

In ILE the complexity of the create program command grows proportionately to the number of modules and service programs that compose the program. In order to avoid this we use Binding directories. Is there any other usage of Binding Directories??

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M



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  • TomLiotta

    Is there any other usage of Binding Directories?

    Any other usage than what?

    That is, binding directories are only used when creating ILE *PGM or *SRVPGM objects. There is no other usage.

    It's not required to use binding directories. They make sense when developing ILE applications in order to reduce creation complexity, to increase future flexibility, to help ensure future development consistency, to maintain upward compatibility, and perhaps to do anything you can figure out to do using them.

    Tom

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