Chuck you got me rolling on the floor with this one! Trouble is, I love doing this kind of thing!
Now how many civilians know that a context is the MI name for a libray!!
And I know I've forgot where the pointers to everything are - figured it out once when I was contracted at IBM in 2001. Had to see what was actually happening with auxiliary spaces and the AXENT stuff. (Just showing off a little - heh!)
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From: CRPence <CRPbottle@xxxxxxxxx>
Given a sufficiently [presumed to be effectively] unique string to be
searched, the STRSST D/A/D find function for an address range could be
used to scan the DASD for such data. For occurrences found, visit the
base segment address to determine if it is a dataspace segment, then
find its owning dataspace object, owning member, and then its context.
Pete Hall wrote:
Well, the other day, I needed to find a table that contained a
particular ID. Something like:
grep "ABC123456789" *
Is it possible to do something like that in qsys.lib? Assume the
database tables have an unknown schema, and there are a bunch of
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