• Subject: Damaged Objects
  • From: "Norm Dennis" <wmss@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2001 23:41:06 +0800

AS/400 9406 170 V4R4 BPCS 06.00.04 Full CS.

I was doing some routine maintenance and performed a RCLSTG which identified
8 damaged objects.
My problem is that I don't know where these objects were residing or what
uses them.
The machine is up and running again without any noticeable issues, as yet.

The object names and descriptions on all the objects in QRCL are:

    QSCPROBLEM    *USRSPC - Old name QSCPROBLEM in *N owned by QSYS.
    Q19                         *USRSPC - Old name Q19 in *N owned by QSYS.
    Q33                         *USRSPC - Old name Q33 in *N owned by QSYS.
    Q43                         *USRSPC - Old name Q43 in *N owned by QSYS.
    Q51                         *USRSPC - Old name Q51 in *N owned by QSYS.
    Q57                         *USRSPC - Old name Q57 in *N owned by QSYS.
    Q58                         *USRSPC - Old name Q58 in *N owned by QSYS.
    Q63                         *USRSPC - Old name Q63 in *N owned by QSYS.
    Q64                         *USRSPC - Old name Q64 in *N owned by QSYS.

Can someone please help me identify the objects and whether I need to
recover them.

Thanks in advance,



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