CL modification to retrieve the data in LDA

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An application exists in production, which submits a job to do some business processing. The program gets invoked from a CL. The program is proprietary and does not have a source. It’s known that this program uses LDA while processing. How can the CL program, which submits the job, be modified to retrieve the data in LDA?

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RTVDTAARA is the cl command to capture the lda
Since you say the CL that submits the command, it will capture the LDA as the job begins.

RTVDTAARA DTAARA(*LDA) RTNVAR(&RTNVAR)
where &RTNVAR is a char variable long enough to capture the *LDA (1024)
then you can send it to yourself as a message or write it to a data area

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    An application exists in production, which submits a job to do some business processing. The program gets invoked from a CL. The program is proprietary and does not have a source. It’s known that this program uses LDA while processing. How can the CL program, which submits the job, be modified to retrieve the data in LDA?
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