How can I tell what fields from what files are being used in a rpgle program?

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I need to know which fields from which files are being used in the program. The compilation listing helps but doesn't tell me which file.
ASKED: November 22, 2007  4:18 PM
UPDATED: December 25, 2007  3:38 PM

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The compiled listing ought to list the fields and the files from which ther origionate.
Could it be that some fields are actually not associated with a file? Check the actual field names in the file..

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  • kevleemor
    When you look at a RPGLE program compile listing you should see all the input files listed with their associated field names. This will show you what is available to be used in the program. If you look at the compile listing near the end of the source code section you should see all the output files listed with their associated field names. Then further towards the end of the compile listing you should see an alphabetical listing of every field available in the program and a program statement number where that field is used. If a letter appears next to the statement number; D refers to the statement where the field is Defined, M refers to the statement where the field is Modified. Kevin
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