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Re: Retrieving object text of locked data area



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I recall lots of MI programming here:
http://i5toolkit.sourceforge.net
Have not read in depth, but maybe there is something to assist.

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Bryan


On Jul 16, 2014, at 8:19 PM, "John R. Smith, Jr." <smith5646@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

There is no source in the savf.

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Subject: Re: Retrieving object text of locked data area

On 16-Jul-2014 16:24 -0500, CRPence wrote:
<<SNIP>>
Note: The older archived discussions, with some topics mentioning the
Object Information Repository (OIR), remain on the archived MI400
list. However I am not aware of any code examples that traverse the
index and\or the space to locate any of the Text, Service,
Save/Restore, Attribute, or Usage information of a particular object.
http://archive.midrange.com/mi400/

Indirectly from one of those discussions, I found what might include
[though doubtful] an MI code example for access to the OIR objects; for the
.USAGE- information anyhow, if at all. But since the code is available only
as a SAVF instead of as source, what is included is not easily visible for
review to determine. And what is there appears only to be CL and RPG;
nothing obvious as MI, although apparent references to work with User Index
(*USRIDX), which the *QDIDX is [effectively].
however the User Idx code does some insert activity, so my inference is that
probably, the user index work is _not against the OIR Index_, but instead is
part of some work processing the records of the output file of DSPPGMREF
data. So FWiW; and anyone is welcome to confirm\reply if any of the code is
MI, used to access the OIR objects via the pointers stored in the associated
space of a resolved library object:
<http://www.fisketjon.no/firma/as400/dspobjref.htm>

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