content of source physical

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hi all, can any one plese tell ,how can we see the content of any source physical

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Best way – StrSeu – that’s the source editor.
Everything you’re likely to need is in WRKMBRPDM – work member program development manager. Option 5 to view or 2 to edit any member issues the StrSeu and 14 is compile.

Phil

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  • TomLiotta
    You can use DSPPFM or RUNQRY or UPDDTA or STRSEU or a QM query or a Query/400 query or STRSQL or DSPF or any number of programs, including ones that you write yourself. If you have a network connection, you might even use Notepad or any number of Windows, Linux or other platform programs. What exactly do you want to know? It all depends on what's installed on your system and what kind of connectivity you have. Are you looking for a basic tutorial in developer access? Your question is almost too basic. Tom
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  • navinnegi
    The other powerful command in CL is WRKOBJPDM. The below command will show all the source physical files in library ABC and you can take option 12 in any source physical file to view all the members inside that source physical file. WRKOBJPDM LIB(ABC) OBJATR('PF-SRC') Regards, Navin
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  • ASWDEVELOPER
    Before doing anything at all, it seems to me this question needs to be clarified ... it is unclear and vague ...
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