FIND STRING for 400 Query

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Is there a FIND STRING command for 400 queries? I need to know everywhere a field is used including queries.

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  • TomLiotta
    ...for 400 queries? Please define "queries". QM queries? OPNQRYF queries? SQL queries? Query for iSeries (Query/400)? Other queries? It's near certain that no such thing exists for Query for iSeries. But methods generally exist for almost any other kind of 'query'. Tom
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  • andyhumphreys
    Sorry link is http://www.think400.dk/adhoc_7.htm
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  • TomLiotta
    Note that the Think400 program can be useful as a way to locate some or most file usages, not all of them. Also note that at current releases it should fail with MCH6801 -- "Object domain or storage protection error...". Tom
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  • andyhumphreys
    Interesting - thanks for that heads up Tom. Something to consider when we shift from V5R4. Do you know why this is the case incidentally? The only obvious pointer I can see is that new systems are shipping with QSECURITY at 40 which it looks as though would cause MCH6801? But is the same true for upgrades, or if QSECURITY was downed to 30?
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    The only obvious pointer I can see is that new systems are shipping with QSECURITY at 40 which it looks as though would cause MCH6801? That's the source of my choice of wording -- "should" instead of "will". If security auditing is done at level 30 for *AUTFAIL/*PGMFAIL, the system audit journal will record the use of programs such as this one. These audit entries are helpful in preparing for level 40. Be aware that they also may cause auditors to ask for explanations. (And that can be worse than actual failures at level 40, considering some auditor stories I've heard.) Tom
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