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1. In order to see what objects are deferred with DFRID Q1ARSTID, the
following SQL statement can be used:
SELECT * FROM QRECOVERY/QADBRSDFR WHERE DBRDFRID = 'Q1ARSTID'
under the Notes for the section "*Where is the deferred id stored on the
system?"*. You might want to read that whole section.
*Peter Dow* /
Dow Software Services, Inc.
On 1/21/2023 7:28 AM, smith5646midrange@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
Is there a way to see what objects are linked to a DFRID? I'd like to see
its contents and get a screen print or something before I delete it. I also
don't want to do a RSTDFROBJ without knowing what is in it.
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