Can i able to see the source code if i have only OPM object.

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Hi All, Is there any way i can able to see the source code if i have only OPM object. I dont have source for my object. i want to see what are all the files that program is using and what are the parameters program is accepting. Regards, Mohan K

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As long as the pgm has the parm observable information set to *ALL, you can RVTCLSRC for CLPs. For RPG pgms you still need observability but might have to run debug to see the source.

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dsppgmref will show the objects/files used by the program
Check this discussion:

http://www.rpgiv.com/rpgivforum/view?SID=20070820090209766789&NRL=5

Phil

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One other thing – OPM programs were often stored in a different source file
Typically QRPGSRC instead of QRPGLESRC. You may want to search your libraries for all files with attribute of PF-SRC.
Phil

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