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  • Subject: Object types in the QSYS file system (and in save files)
  • From: Dave McKenzie <davemck@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2001 15:13:46 -0800

I'm posting this question from James Lampert to the list because it may be of
some interest, and because there hasn't been much traffic on the list lately.

"James H. H. Lampert" wrote:

> Is there a readily available table translating between MI and CL object
> types for those types of objects that can occur in the QSYS.LIB file
> system (and in the index of a save file)? (e.g., 0401hex = *LIB, 0201hex
> = *PGM, &c.)
>James H. H. Lampert
>Professional Dilettante
>Have you visited http://www.thehungersite.com today?

There's a table of object types in the pgm QSYS/QLICNV which you can see by
dumping it with SST.  It includes internal types (e.g. x0C90, data space index,
AKA access path) as well as external types (e.g. x1901, file).  On my V4R4
machine it has 287 types.  You could write a little pgm to winnow out the
external types by  passing the hex type code to the QLICVTTP API, which gives an
error if it's not an external type.  On my machine I get 101 external types.
(Contrast this  with V1R1 of the S/38, which as I recall had 19 types.)


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