>How do I go about taking my logical file object (F43199LZ) and recreate the
>source code that was used
>to create that logical?  I have a need to recreate this logical in a new
>environment but have no source code for the
>old logical.  The file layouts are not the same from the old release to the
>new release so I cannot just copy the logical over.
>Need to get to the orginal source, modify it then recreate it.  Any help
>would be much appreciated.  Looked on the AS/400
>through the logical file CL commands but could not come up with one.

You should be able to do a DSPFFD on either the LF or the underlying PF to
see what fields are in the LF.

Or, if you have Query/400, you can use it to see what fields are in the
file as well.

DSPFD on the LF and you should be able to see what fields make up the key,
and any select/omit statments involved.

With all of this information you should be able to re-create the DDS
required to create the LF.

--Paul E Musselman

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