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Problems with CRTSQLPKG

Problems with CRTSQLPKG

Problems with CRTSQLPKG

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I've been trying to create an SQL package on a remote system.  However, the command is trying to put the SQL package in strange libraries on the remote system.  How does this command determine which library the remote SQL package will be made in?  I've tried several different methods but I can't seem to get around this issue....

RE: Problems with CRTSQLPKG

(OP)
Actually I kinda figured this one out myself.  It looks like I accidentally omitted the SQLPKG( ) parameter on the CRTSQLRPGI on my install request.  Because of this, it appears to have used the default value, which is the library in which the object was created.  Our software installation software creates its own libraries for each individual install, which obviously would not exist on the remote system.  Therefore it's starting to look like I'm going to have to reinstall this program, unless I can create a version of this program in my own library to get around it and then use CRTSQLPKG...

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