I don't know about PDM, but with WDSC you can create a filter that shows all
source members from multiple libraries and source physical files. Then from
that filter, do a search, and get a list of source members that have that
matching search string.

HTH

Jim

On Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 10:17 AM, Mike <koldark@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

We are replacing an old application that is all but gone from the system. I
am looking for the final remnants of this application and removing them.
The
find string function in PDM works for me, but browsing multiple files and
libraries are a pain. Is there a way I can make this easier than go through
every library one at at time? I am looking for either program names or file
names within the source.

Note: I know about software like Hawkeye that does this, but I am not
looking to purchase software.

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