James, Tim,

>> Question number 2:
>> Very neat is the ability to do the DSPOBJD on a *PGM object and scroll
>> forward to see the last time the *PGM was used/loaded.  Is there any way
>> to make the same determination with the OCL procedures you run using the
>> STRS36PRC command? I know the OCL procedures that you run under the
>> AS400 S36 environment aren't objects in and of themselves.
>> But is this possible?

>
>I started to respond that file members are objects, but decided to dial up
a user
>with some homegrown in the S/36EE before I responded and sure enough DSPFD
gave
>me date last used of the member.  You could use *OUTFILE then query the
results.
>
>When I did *MBRLIST for type of data to display it didn't show it but *ALL
did.

 Since procedures are file members (i.e. source) any "use" of the member
will indicate usage.  An SEU browse or print and probably (I haven't
checked this) a FNDSTRPDM operation will reset the use date, so it's not a
very reliable method of determining if a proc was run.

 -mark

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