AS400 libraries

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How to get the libraries list that are created by a single user in AS400?

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Use the DSPLIBL command to see your library list. You will probably see three types of list entries:
1) The SYS libraries have operating system objects. This is where the AS/400 commands and menus live.
2) The CUR library is your current library. This is your first user library and is where objects are created if you don’t specify which library to use.
3) The USR libraries list your other user libraries.

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  • WoodEngineer
    This command will create a much smaller list. Just use query or SQL to select the libs for a specific owner after the command complete.
    DSPOBJD OBJ(QSYS/*ALL)                
            OBJTYPE(*LIB)                 
            OUTFILE(QTEMP/LIBLIST)        
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  • TomLiotta
    This command will create a much smaller list. The two lists better be the same size. However, limiting the search space to QSYS could give a faster result. Tom
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  • TNKR
    Thank you ToddN2000
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  • TNKR
    Thank You All
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