Panvalet in edit mode is defaulting to first library.

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Issue/Introduction

Description

We have multiple libraries specified in an edit session and modified members were always saved to their original library. Now it appears that the member gets saved in the first library unless we specify 'O' for the original library. The previous release did not do that, it always defaulted to the original library. Is there a usermod to fix this or is there a way to set 'O' in the PVISPF session default whenever a Panvalet session is initialized?

Solution

Yes, In the CAIISPP library member PSPIPOPT you can change the default library to the original library. The option is in $SF062.

&SF062 = '1' /* 1=SAVE IN 1ST LIB OR O=SAVE IN ORIGINAL LIB

Environment

Release: PVALET00200-14.5-Panvalet
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