Hi Jim

DSPPGM - if it is OPM, just use that command and the source member is on page one. If it is *ILE, add DETAIL(*MODULE), then take a 5 on the module in the list - the source member is listed there.

Both places should also give you a change date and time - compare those against the ones you found.


-------------- Original message ----------------------
From: "Jim Lowary" <jlowary@xxxxxxxxxx>

Didn't thing of that! Other than taking for ever it worked just great.
I now know where there are 4 copies of that program, and only have to
figure out which one is the one I'm looking for!

What a chocolate mess!

Thanks to everyone for your help and suggestions, but WDSc wins again!

-- Jim

message: 1

date: Thu, 25 Sep 2008 10:14:13 -0500

from: "DeLong, Eric" <EDeLong@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

subject: RE: Finding a member in a file, not knowing the file it's in!

Use RDi or WDSCi, create a member filter, specifying * for library and

Eric DeLong

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