Use new QSYSObjectPathName(returnedName) to construct an object and then use getLibraryName, getObjectName, etc. against that object to get the components of the QSYS name you want.

QSYSObjectPathName qualName = new QSYSObjectPathName("/QSYS.LIB/PROD.LIB/SALES.MNU");
String output = qualName.getLibraryName() + "/" + qualName.getObjectName();

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Subject: jtmenu getInitialMenu return value

i have written code to return the initial menu of our users. Its returning it as follows:

is this the only format, or could i get something like prod/sales

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