Thanks Vern.

I figured it was a stretch finding it in the system catalogs. In the
interests of expediency I just did the DSPFFD to an *OUTFILE and queried
that.


Gord



On Thu, 16 Jan 2020 at 11:34, Vernon Hamberg <vhamberg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Hi Gord

The system catalogs would not have that, as they are very SQL-related,
and this attribute is specific to IBM i.

I wondered if the DBXREF tables would have the information you want -
the main one is QADBXREF, and in one listing of columns, it did not seem
to include this attribute. There are other such tables, all start with
QADB, so maybe check those out.

Cheers
Vern

On 1/16/2020 10:24 AM, Gord Hutchinson wrote:
Is there a system catalog or SQL service which shows the REUSEDLT setting
on a file? I looked at the SYSTAB* catalogs but didn't see anything. I
want to see which files in a library still have REUSEDLT set to *NO.
Tried
to not do DSPFD to an *OUTFILE but ended up having to.

Thanks,




Gord





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