• Subject: Synchronization of Objects and corresponding Source. -Reply
  • From: Scott Cornell <CORNELLS@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 19 May 1998 16:51:33 -0400

>>> Mani <mani@bmdinc.com> 05/19/98 06:39pm >>>
> I am in the process of investigating if a group of *PGM and *FILE
> objects are synchronized with their corresponding source
> members. Apart > Apart from playing with the create/change
> dates, is there any other way for accomplishing this task?

<snip>

The DSPOBJD command using the *FULL option will show you the
source file used to create a given object.  You can send the output
of this command to an outfile for querying & reporting.

Scott Cornell
Mercy Information Systems
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