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I have a Java program which sets up a library list and then use %LIBL% to
access a QSYS File. (Said file exists in many different libraries, and may
be present in multiple libraries on the library list, and we also have a
customer with an iASP making it even more interesting)



This works well, but occasionally I need to know the library which the
object I am using is located in - for logging or debugging - and I have not
so far been able to find a way to do so. Most likely because I am not
familiar with the underlying architecture.



So, my question is. Given an open SequentialFile (or just the
/QSYS?/%LIBL%/Foo path) how can I ask for what library/iASP/etc it is
located in?



Thanks



/Thorbjørn




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