Well actually DSPPGM does show it (see the "Conversion Required" value), but
as you can't d *ALL or generic for DSPPGM, and as it has no *OUTFILE option,
it isn't much use really.


On Thu, 2 Oct 1997 Jromeh@aol.com wrote:

> Hi, 
> 
> How can you find unconverted CISC *PGM objects on a V3R6 box short of 
> running or saving, then restoring them? Looking for a way to dump this 
> info to a file, etc....
> 
> DSPPGM doesn't show it, DSPOBJD doesn't seem to, what does? All the 
> manuals seem to include is how to determine what you've got when you're 
> still on the CISC box.
> 
> Thanks, 
> 
> Jerome Hughes
> InterPro Consulting
> Rosemont, IL USA
> These are my own opinions only
> 
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