API in AS400

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AS/400 API
Is there any possiblity to find the APIs Using AS400 Commands

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Not that I am aware of.

Since IBM did not put the description in the TEXT of the object, I think you are out of luck.
You might of had a chance using PDM.

<pre>
Object Type Library Attribute Text
QSYRTVAL *PGM QSYS
QSYRTVEP *PGM QSYS
QSYRTVIP *PGM QSYS
QSYRTVUA *PGM QSYS
QSYRTVUP *PGM QSYS
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  • Splat
    If you're looking for APIs, go here. If you're looking for commands underlying the APIs, I think you're out of luck. Commands are high-level interfaces to system functions; APIs serve much the same role, albeit in a different (and often more flexible) manner. There may be some documentation on MI coding and function that would give you the underlying functions, but I couldn't tell you where to find it. I'd certainly recommend staying out of MI unless you're on a spare system.
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  • bvining
    In general, no. What are you trying to accomplish?
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  • Yorkshireman
    How about telling us what you're trying to accomplish?
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