>Is there a way I can retrieve the same type of information as the
>DSPPGMREF command?  I want to retrieve it and put it to a user space.
>Thanks for the help.

My DSPOBJREF tool (at http://www.figu.no/txt/dspobjref/dspobjref.htm)
uses the OIRS (x'1952') to retrieve where used information "on the fly".

The DSPPGMREF information starts at offset x'100'
Each object (*PGM *SRVPGM *MODULE *SQLPKG) uses one or more 512-byte
"blocks"
to store their references. If the first 4 bytes are different from all x'ff'
then
the "block" is continued from the preceding block.
There are different structures with the data, depending on which type of
object
is referenced.

In the QDIDX index for the library there's a (zerobased) value that tells
the starting
512-byte block for the program object in question.






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