how can i find modified date and created date of a program

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Hi, I want to create a program to find any program created date and modified date and also want library name and source file. my input is object name

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  • philpl1jb
    DSPOBJD will provide this data for RPG Programs DSPPGM is necessary to get some of this data for RPGLE programs
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  • TomLiotta
    What changes are you looking for? A program can have multiple types of changes.
    • The *PGM object can have object attribute changes, e.g., someone might change the object text.
    • Program attributes can be changed, e.g., someone might change a program from USRPRF(*USER) to USRPRF(*OWNER).
    • An OPM program might be recompiled from modified source.
    • An ILE program might be updated with a module that had been recompiled from modified source.
    • An ILE program might be updated to reference a service program in a different library.
    In short, there are different kinds of changes that can require different methods to track. What exactly are you looking for? Tom
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