Of course that should suggest library QRPLOBJ, the "REPLACE(*YES)
library", not the QRCL "Reclaim storage library". The QRCL## libraries
are created by\for the RCLSTG feature to which object found outside a
library are addressed, if the external object type requires the object
should be in a permanent library... after which the data and object
definitions can be referenced for recovery actions.
As to the question by the OP, I wonder what about the responses from
the effectively identical question asked in Dec-2011 were lacking, for
which a rehash of the topic would be necessary?
_"Subject: Create/Last Used Program Dates"_
In the following message from that thread, I had alluded to the
ability to get the creation date from a previous version of the *PGM
object, via restore from a backup; i.e. to get the creation date of that
iteration of a recompile:
On 16-Mar-2012 10:44 , Alan Campin wrote:
Nope. Object is destroyed or renamed and put into QRCL when complied
but nothing that tacks it back to a previous version.
On Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 11:35 AM, Jerry C. Adams wrote:
My boss is asking me if there is any way to determine when a
program was originally created. DSPOBJD's creation date is the
last date on which it was compiled. It doesn't seem reasonable to
me that the compiler/system would keep track of the original date
from the previous program object that it was replacing, but
thought I would ask.