DSPOBJD command with many values in OBJTYPE

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Is it possible to DSPOBJD command to do the following: chgvar &objtype values('*file' '*pgm' '*cmd') dspobjd *all/*all objtype(&objtype) When i am doing this i am getting an error "OBJTYPE not valid values *PGM *FILE *CMD" Could you please help how can i bypass this issue as i want to pass many types in &objtype variable

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ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh you get me so confused (and I love it!)
I thought that you had a problem with DSPOBJD but no it’s chgvar
You can not put three strings into one field.

wrong: chgvar &objtype values(‘*file’ ‘*pgm’ ‘*cmd’)

either one string like this
chgvar &objtype values(‘*file *pgm *cmd’)
or
chgvar &objtype values(‘*file’ *bcat ‘*pgm’ *bcat ‘*cmd’)

*bcat is concatenate with a blank.

Phil

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