AS400 – CMD

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*SRVPGM
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DSPPGMREF
We can perform DSPPGMREF Command with *PGM OPM. How to perform for the ILE Objects like *SRVPGM, *BNDDIR.

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For *SRVPGM, use DSPPGMREF OBJTYPE(*SRVPGM).

For *BNDDIR, I suppose you’d use DSPBNDDIR.

But it’s not clear what results you want to obtain. DSPPGMREF and DSPBNDDIR both have OUTPUT(*OUTFILE) as a parameter value.

Tom

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  • rajeshece
    I want to check the Level identifiers of all the files manually. Its difficult to check level identifiers of all the attached units in binding directory seperately. How to check it in one step?
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  • TomLiotta
    How to check it in one step? The straight answer is to write a program to process the entries in a binding directory to return the information that you want. I can't see much chance of getting what you're asking for any other way. Tom
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