Buck skrev den 26-10-2007 17:59:

Yes and I will that too, but the question of analyzing an existing object without having the source code available is still open. Internally we do not know how to get that information at runtime, so I was wondering if others did.

There may be hope in a new API provided by PTF SI23544. The API is called QBNRPII and it returns program interface information for modules or service programs. http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/iseries/v5r4/index.jsp?topic=/apis/qbnrpii.htm
Thank you. I can see that this PTF is also available for V5R3 (page is broken right now, but Google has it in its cache) which is what we have. This is great news - I'll see if I can figure out how to call it properly given a given member.
Using the AS/400 is great fun for Java-folks like me - you always run into new things you haven't tried before :)

How do you manage to keep up with the flow of new stuff? Is there an RSS feed for PTF' functionality?


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