There is an API that will retrieve command description or information = I forget which you need - you would want to retrieve a list of objects either into a file or into a user space, then loop through the result. Pretty easy. Call the API for each item, and write your results to a file or subfile or somewhere.

HTH
Vern

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If you do a DSPCMD you can see the cl program that processes the
command and the library it is in.

I need a way to find all the commands in a library that do not have *libl
as the library part of the "program to process command".

any ideas?

Jim Horn

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