the associated object of the SP would be the SPECIFIC? or the EXTERNAL
PROGRAM?

Latter. If you look in SYSPROCS, or even better SYSROUTINES, check out the
EXTERNAL_NAME column.

a stored procedure can be in one schema and the external program in
another. I wonder if the system would save and restore the SP in that
case.

Yes, it should, but you can easily test it.

The linkage of stored procedure to program is stored in the program? Is
that where the 32 mark limit comes into play? where you can only
save/restore up to 32 SPs associated with a program?

Yes, but here is a link to an article that explains it much better than I
could:

http://www.mcpressonline.com/programming/sql/procedures-and-functions-and-ca
talogs-oh-my.html

Hth, Elvis


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