You could use DSPOBJD to an output file then use that file to drive a CL or RPG program which would call the Retrieve Program Information (QCLRPGMI) API for each object looking for those values.

Alternatively if you have a short list of the user profiles in question you could use the DSPPGMADP (Display Program Adopt) command for each of the profiles to find the objects (programs, SQL packages and service programs) that adopt authority with those profiles.

Paul Morgan

Principal Programmer Analyst
IT Supply Chain/Replenishment

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Hi Folks, I want to know these values for pgm's;


Does anyone have any clp's that will do this for all pgm's? I'm able to use dsppgm but only to report on 1 pgm at a time. Ultimately, I'd like to know where USRPRF = *OWNER and USEADPAUT = *YES.

Any help appreciated, Frank

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