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Want libary list to be added automatically when logging in.

Posted on 2004-04-22
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I know there is a way to load librarys through user profile but I'm not sure how to do that.  I'm having to login always and then manual do:

addlible pateln
addlible ....
addlible ....
addlible testdata


Is there a way to do this automatically when I logon?

thanks
Nick Patel
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csimonds earned 2000 total points
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If you have authority to change the initial program in your profile you could do it that way. Create a little CL with your 'addlible' commands and use that as your initial program. Of course, you have to be careful to include any function that may be in the initial program you're currently pointed to.

Another option is to create a job description for yourself and specify your initial library list in it. Point your user profile to the new JOBD and your're rockin' and rollin'.

For instance:

CRTJOBD JOBD(whatever) INLLIBL(pateln testdata) TEXT('My very own jobd')

CHGUSRPRF JOBD(whatever)

Hope this helps.
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Thanks again


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