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In WRKOBJPDM I can subset on physical files (even non-source ones), then
put option 25 on as many as I want, and the search criteria I enter will be
applied to every member of every file selected.

In CODE, I cannot use a generic filter when the server is a 400. It appears
to allow generic names when server is <LOCAL>

Am I missing something? I want to be able to do in CODE what I can do in PDM.

Also, there's no way I can see (user actions?) to have the prompt window
filled in from any entry in either CPO or CODE Edit/Browse. Problem is, I
need to know which file I want to examine - there's no browse in that
search prompt window.

The ability to do multiple actions, even user options, and varying behavior
based on various attributes (compile command based on source member type)
is a powerful feature of PDM. I don't see it in CODE.

Thanks for listening

Vern Hamberg

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