Object use

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AS/400 V6r1m0
IBM iSeries
Is there a way to identify who is using any type of object (example a DSPF, PGM, FILE) even though the object is not locked or journaled ?

Software/Hardware used:
V6R1M0, RPGLE

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If the object is locked, you cna use WRKOBJLCK.

If it is being journaled, you can DSPRJN

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  • philpl1jb
    Program objects don't get locked.
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  • chalenger
    You can use CHOBJAUD Objaud(*read)   Hassan
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  • philpl1jb
    But auditing will not tell who uses an object, or what objects are in use.  It will tell who/when objects are changed.
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  • TomLiotta
    Auditing can tell you which user profile used an object. But a user profile isn't a perfect match for who. And who used an object is definitely different from who is using an object. -- Tom
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