See save file in a library

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How to see only save file in a library?

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ASKED: February 2, 2013  10:55 AM
UPDATED: February 4, 2013  1:46 PM

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Use WRKOBJPDM yourlib

Then F17 and put *SAVF in the Object Attributes field

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  • TomLiotta
    What software tools do you have available? This could easily be a homework kind of question. If you list the tools you can use, an appropriate answer might be possible. -- Tom
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  • TomLiotta
    WRKOBJPDM requires an extra charge tool set, though most systems are likely to have it. For a homework question, it might not fit. And if the tool set isn't available, it can't be used at all. There is a native command that is simpler and possibly faster and more efficient than WRKOBJPDM, though it provides fewer options. Note that "*SAVF" only needs to be "SAVF". -- Tom
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  • Iseriesas400
    WRKLIB take f4 and mention libary name. take option 12 and get into it. then see the attribute of the object if is SAVF then it is save file
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  • TomLiotta
    It's not necessary to use WRKLIB option 14. You can bring the list up dorectly by running WRKOBJ instead, specifying OBJTYPE(*FILE). But it can't limit the list only to savefiles. For a similar result, you can open iSeries Navigator and expand your connection-> File Systems-> Integrated File Systems-> QSYS.LIB-> yourlib.LIB. Then take menu option View-> Customize this View-> Include... (or simply press F11) and enter [*.file]. Savefiles are shown as Type "File - Save". Sorting the column in descending order by Type can bring savefiles to the top. It still doesn't list "only save file".  -- Tom
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