> 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

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

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