The Application Dictionary Services option of the ADTS (5769-PW1) will do
everything that you've asked for. It's very reasonably priced compared to
competitive packages like Hawkeye, and has the advantage of immediately
utilizing new OS/400 features as they're released, since it's an IBM

I purchased this product shortly after the introduction of ILE, and have
never regretted it. The utility has saved me countless hours of work over
the years.

I know that there is a 90 day trial period available. The program might even
be on your existing distribution media.


John Taylor

----- Original Message -----
From: <>
To: "AS400 & family discussion group" <>
Sent: Thursday, January 25, 2001 12:48
Subject: DSP PGM REF Opposite

> Is there an IBM command that tells me other direction from DSPPGMREF?
> I would key in some command (I am making this up <G>) like
> and it would print a report like DSPGMREF that tells me what programs call
> ORD561
> DSPPGMREF tells me what program objects are called down 1 level
> I sure would like a variant that shows me a particular kind of program
> down more than 1 level in an indented tree structure
> I imagine there are shareware solutions out there
> Currently my users get ORD561 report every time they do shipping documents
> ORD595 & ORD596 which I am told comes from ORD590 menu option, and they
> me to modify ORD561 PRTF overrides & I am having a hard time tracing where
> that is in the ORD590 flow, so either the users are mistaken or I am
> something.
> The menu calls ORD590C CLP
> ORD590C calls ORD590 RPG which is a rather large program
> ORD590 calls ORD591C CLP for each set of shipping documents
> ORD591C OverPRTF's ORD595O & ORD596O & calls ORD591 ORD592 ORD593
> ORD592 & ORD593 are alternative ways to process shipping documents & both
> them call ORD595 & ORD596 which are two kinds of shipping documents
> I continue to look into other stuff that gets called but so far have not
> up the buried treasure of where ORD561 is called & there is another player
> ORD597 that I need to locate also because ORD590 is normal shipping &
> is also a path involving reprinting of corrected shipping documents
> I also wonder how many layers deep a call structure is prudent to be taken
> concert with tools normally found in a typical 400 shop.
> I expect that I could do a DSPPGMREF *ALL to an *OUTFILE then try to
> the resulting mess via Query or even SQL ... show me all primary hits with
> this program name, then all secondary hits on the primary hitees.
> I thought I would ask first ... there may already be a DSPCALLME out there
> with some other name that I have overlooked.
> (Alister Wm Macintyre) (Al Mac)
> AS/400 Data Manager & Programmer for BPCS 405 CD Rel-02 mixed mode (twinax
> interactive & batch) @ Central Industries of
> Indiana--->Quality manufacturer of wire harnesses and electrical
> sub-assemblies - fax # 812-424-6838

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