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You can use this trix:

MOV OBJ('/QOpenSys/pkgs/bin') TOOBJ('/QOpenSys/pkgs/bin')

If it exists - you have a CPCA086 - it will successfully - 'move nothing'

Else you get an CPFA0A9 error

On Fri, Jul 29, 2022 at 7:56 PM Steve McKay <samckay1@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

All -

Back in the "olden days", open source packages were delivered in licensed
program 5733-OPS and one could check for the existence of this licensed
program to determine whether or not a partition had open source packages on

Today, since open source packages are delivered via ACS, how can we check
for the existence of open source packages on a partition via green screen?
Is there a service that would perform this check?


Steve McKay
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