At 10:52 AM 9/24/97 +0100, you wrote:

>The QUSRTOOLS has (had) a command for scanning all source members in a
>file for a particular string. 
>Without any change management tools available, this could be modified to
>output the member/file/library name to a file or data queue which could
>be piped into a batch CRTxxxPGM process.  I suppose it could be made
>smart enough so that if it found a file name in an OVRDBF statement it
>would log every called program until a DLTOVR was found.  Just an idea
>to make it a little easier.  Still might not get them all though.

-snip-

James

In addition, the FNDSTRPDM command (part of Programming Development
Manager, etc.) does a fine job, for the most part. Just submit to batch for
big jobs <vbg>.

Hawkeye's Pathfinder also has a scan source command. In my experience, it's
slower than FNDSTRPDM. Also, it only works on source files—FNDSTRPDM works
on both source and data files.

Cheers

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