The handles and corresponding data are stored in the associated space
of the pgm.  You can pretty easily deduce the structure with a little
reverse engineering: by calling the API judiciously against a test pgm
and looking at the effect in the associated space (using DMPOBJ or
SST).

You could then write a system-state MI pgm (or a HLL pgm with embedded
MI instructions) that resolves a system pointer to the pgm (with RSLVSP)
and sets a space pointer from that (with SETSPPFP) -- the space pointer
would then address the associated space.  You could write MI code to run
through the list of handles (to answer your 2nd question), or alter the
structure as you wish (to handle your 1st question).

--Dave


On Monday 17 November 2003 16:04, jamesl@xxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> Officially, at least, once a data handle has been established in an
> associated space (using QCLSPGAS), there's no way to get rid of it. What
> about unofficially?
>
> Also, something else that, at least officially, isn't supposed to exist:
> is there a way to get a list of all the data handles in an associated
> space?
>
> --
> JHHL


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