There was a thread about this on comp.sys.ibm.as400.misc in July 1999
with the subject "How can I found out the parameters for a program?" 
Here's a link:

http://www.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&selm=379786e8.115700909%40news.gte.net&rnum=6

--Dave

On Wed, 2004-09-08 at 09:18, Dan Bale wrote: 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: mi400-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx / Leif Svalgaard
> > Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2004 11:53 AM
> >
> > > I searched the archives, InfoCenter, and Google for
> > > QCAPTRS and got no hits.
> > >
> > > What is "Dave McKenzie's parm program"?
> >
> > maybe it is Steve Glanstein's parm program....
> 
> <g> O.k., then, what is "Steve Glanstein's parm program"?
> 
> What would interest me is if there was a way to determine the parameters
> used for a program like QQUDC, which is the program running when you take
> option 2 to change a query in WRKQRY.  I'd just love to be able to
> add/change a query from WRKOBJPDM w/o having to waste time with the WRKQRY
> interface.
> 
>         Program
>  Rqs    or
>  Lvl    Procedure   Library     Statement        Instruction
>         QCMD        QSYS                            0469
>         SIGNONDB    DJBLIBSYS   3900                0043
>    1    QCMD        QSYS                            01A6
>         QUOCPP      QPDA                            063E
>         QUOMAIN     QPDA                            00F5
>    2    QUOCMD      QSYS                            01E1
>         WRKQRY      QGPL        106                 001B
>         QQUDA       QSYS                            0388
>         QQUDB       QQRYLIB                         0411
>         QQUDC       QQRYLIB                         095B
>         QWSGET      QSYS                            05CB
>         QT3REQIO    QSYS                            01C7
> 
> db



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