Library lists have long been our mainstay, but with server programs it's not so easy to set that initial library list.
By Joe Pluta
The IBM i has a number of unique features, things that set it apart from nearly every other machine. A good example is the single-level store that allows hundreds of users to easily use the same program in limited memory. Another is bi-directional parameters on program calls. I remember trying to emulate that in UNIX; it wasn't pretty. A big one, though, that we green-screeners take for granted is the library list, particularly the initial library list that we get when we sign on.
Do you know how to open, use, and close an open list?
By Bruce Vining
This article is the fourth in a series that discusses how to find all *PGMs and *SRVPGMs that have a specific *MODULE bound into them. Before reading this article, you may find it beneficial to review the three prior articles: