Thanks - I'll take a look at this.

Rob Berendt
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                                              Subject:     Re: Listing of 
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Rob:

On Tue, 15 January 2002, rob@dekko.com wrote:

> No, we're trying to find objects users created on the fly and now have
the
> wrong owner.

Use the Open List APIs.

I'd probably just call QGY/QGYOLOBJ to get the first object (or set of
objects) specifying keys 0302 and 0405 for owner and creator, then call
QGY/QGYGTLE to continue through the list, and finally QGY/QGYCLST to close
the list. For a test, you can grab a single object at a time and drop out
to QGY/QGYCLST whenever you want. No outfile to create, no user space
limits -- just process the list.

Your specific need seems almost ideal for an entry into the Open List APIs.
Limited requirements that are well known. Pretty simple request as this
kind of thing goes.

Tom Liotta

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