The Library Name clause specifies the name of a non-standard library file on the server that would not normally be linked with the UDF being defined.
The syntax for this clause is as follows.
The character ¡ represents a user-defined delimiter.
Perform the following procedure for specifying a library file name string.
- Begin the clause with the character S to indicate this is a server specification.
- Type the character L to indicate this is a library file specification.
- Specify an arbitrary delimiter character to separate the L code and the library name specified in the string.
- Specify the name assigned to the non-standard library file on the server. The server automatically adds prefix or suffix values as needed.
The path must name a server library that is already installed on the system.
You can use either \ or / characters to specify the path for all operating systems.