Had not thought about this before, but maybe DSPOBJD is showing the
state of the file object (record format) and DSPFD is showing the
state of the file contents (rows of data).
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Subject: dspobjd versus dspfd
I came across a discrepancy today between DSPOBJD and DSPFD.
I am doing a save changed object via BRMS using a control specifying save while active incrementals.
A couple files in a library have been updated since the last full save but when the backup was run, the files were not included in the backup.
I did a DSPOBJD on the file and it showed the file had not been changed but if I do a DSPFD on the file, it shows the file had been changed 2 days after the last backup.
Thanks in advance
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