What fields are used in the RPG program

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AS/400
F Spec
RPG III
RPG Program
I have a big RPG program ( say around 20000 lines ) and in that program FILEA is declared in F Spec. I would like to know what are the fields of FILEA are used in that program without browse / edit thru SEU.
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You can look at the cross reference list from you compile listing.
If a file is used, it will have multiple references.
If not used it will have *RNF 7031

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  • TomLiotta
    CharlieBrowne's recommendation is best. Just submit a compile into QTEMP and review the cross-reference. Let the computer do your work for you. That's why we use computers. Tom
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  • 22917
    Actually i am Fresher to AS400,I have finished my course now oly, Searching for AS400 Job. How To see the cross reference.can u explain step by step. Please
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  • TomLiotta
    can u explain step by step. Step #1: Compile the program. Step #2: Look at the cross-reference portion of the listing. I'm not sure what you are asking. The cross-reference is part of the output from a compile. Tom
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  • 22917
    Hi CharlieBrown & Tom, Thanks sir.Now i have understood. Its very useful... Without seeing cross reference,can we able to check?
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  • 22917
    What is the expansion of *RNF?
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  • TomLiotta
    What is the expansion of *RNF? The reference was "*RNF 7031". You will see message identifier RNF7031 in the compiler listing for variables that are defined but are not actually used by the program. Your original question asked "without browse / edit thru SEU." You could use WDSC instead of SEU. The later releases of WDSC (and its replacements) included features that would expand /COPY modules and do other helpful things. That makes it easier to search the full set of source statements. WDSC also allows macro programming, so it's possible to write a macro that does most or all of the searching for you. Tom
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