You could use QLIMROIR, but it would be much simpler to use the DSPPGMREF command to an outfile, then read the outfile. Then your program wouldn't have to be system state.

--Dave

Krish Thirumalai wrote:
http://archive.midrange.com/mi400/200402/msg00007.html

I came across this example in the archives of using the QLIMROIR to
change the program attribute. Could this MI program be used to
determine if a specific data area is being used by a program. Could
someone provide an example of how you would do this if it is possible
?

We have a requirement that we want to determine if a program is using
a data area and want to do it at run time

Thanks

--
Krish Thirumalai


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