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I am receiving a Level Check on a CL. The DSPPGMREF and DSPFD show matching Record Level Identifiers. I cannot figure out the cause or the fix. Can someone help me, please? Thanks.
We can perform DSPPGMREF Command with *PGM OPM. How to perform for the ILE Objects like *SRVPGM, *BNDDIR.
We have 7 As400 Servers in our shop all having same program, due to poor maintenance As400 Program objects (include CLP, CLLE, OPM & ILE) in all the servers are not the same, Now I need to find out the objects that are not the latest one by comparing the object with program's in Development...