• Subject: Re: F18-Change Defaults
  • From: "Dan Bale" <dbale@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 18:06:30 -0400

Hi Peter,

The PDM defaults information is buried in the user profile objects.  The way to
get at it is to run the following command:

DmpSysObj  Obj( &User ) Context( QSYS ) Type( 0E ) SubType( C4 )

Scan for "QUOPDM    SERVICES  PROFINFO" in the resulting spool file.
Caveat: I'm on V4R2, so your results may be different.

Dan Bale

Peter Dow wrote:

Hi Dan,

Can you give us a hint as to which object contains the info?

From: Dan Bale
> The F18-PDM Defaults information is not extractable in a form supported by
> It can only be had from a DMPSYSOBJ command.

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