> What other templates/structures may be found in an OIR data block. I have
> found that most entries contain 24 bytes (11 for object, 11 for library
> and 2 for type/sub-type).  However, when files are involved the 24 byte
> block is followed by 14 byte structure (11 in program file name, 2 for
> file usage, and 4 for number of record formats).  There are also
> 1 or more
> record format structures/templates that follow the 14 byte
> structure.  Are
> there other structures that may be embedded in the OIR? Maybe for a
> journal, or other object type.  Thanks, Bobby.

File, Data Area, Program and Service Program are the object types references
in the OIR.


Those interested may download my Display Object References command from
http://www.figu.no/txt/dspobjref/dspobjref.htm

I think it's doing what you want to accomplish Bobby! :-)



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