Brad,

If it was changed in only the current version, you should be able to see the original (in most cases) in the *PRV libraries.

-mark

On 6/23/2022 4:13 PM, Brad Stone wrote:
Nice find, but I'd also want to know what the value was changed to.

I did think about making a trojan processing CL just to capture all
the values (using CHGCMD, running it, then changing it back), but the
commands can change from version to version...

Just thinking out loud. Thanks for the ideas!

On Thu, Jun 23, 2022 at 2:35 PM Rob Berendt<rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Have you just thought about using the last example at:

https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/i/7.5?topic=services-object-statistics-table-function
The example stating "Find any CL commands that have had their parameter
defaults changed."?

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Something I've been wondering for a long time.. are command defaults stored
anywhere in a table... or are they actually part of the command itself?

Even if it's just if a user uses CHGCMDDFT to change it and it's only
stored then, that may be useful.

If they are stored in the command object.. I suppose there's no way to get
the defaults without processing the command with a CL... maybe dumping the
object? Man, I haven't done that forever. :)

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