On 13-May-2011 11:17 , CRPence wrote:
On 5/13/2011 1:26 PM, franz400 wrote:
V6R1 Display Object Description cmd
DSPOBJD OBJ(*LIBL/QCLSRC) OBJTYPE(*FILE)
returning only the 1st library found, not all in *libl.
Same if display or outfile, and same for *usrlibl.
Not my profile - wrkobj *libl/QCLSRC *file works fine.
Changing *libl to *allusr or *all in DSPOBJD works fine.
I see mult ptfs for DSPOBJD, but not this described problem.
Trying to get our OPS to open a ticket w/IBM (and get newer cume).
Has anyone else seen this?

<<SNIP>>

>>> Qualifier 2: Library

>>> *LIBL
>>> All libraries in the library list for the current thread
>>> thread are searched until the _FIRST MATCH_ is found.

<<SNIP>>

Oh, and just to contradict the obviousness of that OBJ() parameter documentation... Like with the library special values *ALL and *ALLUSR for the "Library" of the named object, the OBJ() specification using a GENERIC* [or "Generic*"] object name will similarly process all objects by that name prefix [of the specified type; not multiple types] across multiple libraries, because there is not a specific object name to be found. I did not look for any specific help text or any other documentation explaining that effect.

So if acceptable to include other similarly named objects [i.e. any object with the same generic name] in the output, then the request could be made to instead:

DSPOBJD OBJ(*LIBL/QCLSRC*) OBJTYPE(*FILE)

Regards, Chuck

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