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Re: Objects in QGPL Librbary


  • Subject: Re: Objects in QGPL Librbary
  • From: John Earl <johnearl@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 09:38:30 -0800
  • Organization: Lighthouse Software Inc.

fixed

Michael,

Try the dspobjd command.  That will tell you who created the objects, what 
system they were created on, when the last time they
were changed, and when the last time they were used.  This should give you a 
good idea of whether you need them or not.

If you decide that you don't need them, I would suggest that you dump them into 
a TRASHLIB.  This is a library that no one has in
their library list and no one has authority to.  Then if it turns out that 
someone needs these objects, you can get them back in a
hurry.  If not, you can clear the trashlib in 90 days or so.

hth,

jte

Michael J. Guzak wrote:

> Our system contains a number of user-created objects in the QGPL library.
>
>      Object      Type      Attribute
>           APPROACFBA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
>      MAIN123FBA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
>      MSACCESFBA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
>      MSQRY32AIA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
>      MSQRY32FBA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
>      MSQUERYFBA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
>      MSQUERYFJA  *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
>      SQLIBMFBA   *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
>      SQLIBMFJA   *SQLPKG   PACKAGE
>
> Can someone please identify these objects for me.  What are they for ? Where 
>did they come from ? Can they be safely removed ?
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