Phil,

You can try to RTVCLSRC to recover source from a CL program, if
observability is intact.

In the past I have seen company's that offer services to create source
from RPG/COBOL but these are fee services.  If I remember correct it was
about $1.00 per source line.

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>       We had a man leave his postion with us.  He had written something that
> always puts a print job on SAV after it is done.  We ran a job that we
> don't often run today.  It designates the output as a form type of
> GOVB.  Something is the procedure/ocl/program he wrote doesn't
> recognize this form type and changes to to 0001.  0001 is our stock
> paper.  GOVB is a special form type.
>       My question is I find the object of what he wrote.  I can't find any
> source.  In our COBOL library or in our OCL library.  Is there some
> interactive way where he changes the print output status?
>       Thnaks so much for any help ..
>
> Phil Campbell
> Wisco Envelope
> Tullahoma, TN 37388
>
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