AS/400 application menu

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how to find all the menu's that created using applications?

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This will give youy a list of all *MENU objects
WRKOBJ OBJ(*ALL/*ALL) OBJTYPE(*MENU)

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If not can you be more specific on your request.

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  • TomLiotta
    Using WRKOBJ with OBJTYPE(*MENU) is a valid answer. Of course, it requires that the objects are all created as menu objects. Any application can create a display file and program that looks and behaves like a *MENU object. But if it's not created as a *MENU, it's just another display file and program. Be sure that you know what all of the "menus" actually are. Tom
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  • ToddN2000
    We have our custom menus set up as actual *menu objects. Our software provider has their menus all coded in CLLE. The main reason for them being a program is for security and menu option access. My suggestion is to start with the *menu objects like suggested. If a menu does not show up on your list that you expect then look for it with type *all. WRKOBJ OBJ(*ALL/MYMENU) OBJTYPE(*ALL)
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