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- Product: Aleph
- Product Version: 18.01
UTIL-G-3, UTIL-G-2, and UTIL-H use a "demo library" for getting/comparing values. It seems that different kinds of libraries have different demo libraries. How can we know for a particular library what demo library is being used?
The demo library is determined by two tab100 variables:
(1) BASE-DEMO-LIB: If the value is "2" then the first three characters will be "MAB"; otherwise, the the first three characters will be "USM".
If DOC-TYPE-BIB is "Y", then the library number will be "01" (USM01 or MAB01) .
If DOC-TYPE-HOL is "Y", then the library number will be "60" (USM60 or MAB60).
If DOC-TYPE-ADM is "Y", then the library number will be "50" (USM50 or MAB50).
If DOC-TYPE-AUT is "Y", then the library number will be "10" (USM10 or MAB10).
If DOC-TYPE-ILL is "Y", then the library number will be "20" (USM20 or MAB20).
You can see what the base demo library is for a particular library by entering these commands:
dlib xxxnn <where "xxxnn" is the library for which you want to do util g/h >
[Note: If the base_demo_lib shows as the library itself rather than the USMnn library, see KB 8192-4215. ]
- Article last edited: 10/8/2013