• Subject: Re: Synchronization of Objects and corresponding Source. -Reply
  • From: Mani <mani@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 20 May 1998 00:45:46 -0700


I understand that DSPOBJD retrieves the Source File/Member from which the
object was created. But, my concern is that the source could have been
modified after that object was created. Now, how do I ensure that the
current version of the source was the one used for creating that object?

One way, as I see it, is to compare the 'Create Date' of the object and the
'Last Change Date' of the source member to ensure that the source member
was not modified after the object was created. Is there any other reliable
way of doing it?


>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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