ILE – module change

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Hi, 1) How to find the list of programs using a module (other than find string or hawkeye) which needs to be modified? 2) If a module used by more than 15 program needs to be changed, what are the ways to update the impacted programs (apart from running UPDPGM command)?

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Hi RJES

TATOOL contains the tools you’re looking for for mapping programs/modules

” The Module Use tool allows you to capture information about the
modules in ILE programs or service programs. A subfile display
provides a ‘where used’ capability of what programs contain the same
module. A second subfile display provides a simple review of
modules by program. You must first convert the information from ILE
*PGM and *SRVPGM objects. ”

If it doesn’t contain an update command, it has at least created the file necessary. So a relatively simple CL program could read through the file and update the programs.

I’m sure there are other methods.
Phil

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If you don’t have TAATOOLs installed you may want to look at the series of articles starting with <a href=”http://www.mcpressonline.com/programming/apis/the-api-corner-module-module-whos-got-my-module.html”>Module, Module, Who’s Got My Module?</a>

Bruce Vining
<a href=”http://www.brucevining.com/”>Bruce Vining Services</a>

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