How is the best way to determine what programs or procedures use a
particular procedure in a service program?

I know I can get a list of exported procedures from DspSrvPgm and I can get
a list of procedures used from DspMod and I can get a list of modules from
DspPgm, and then try to match them all up, but there must be an easier way.
Does anyone have a utility to do this?

How about in the case where the Module object is discarded (as in
CrtBndRPG)?




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