On 9/23/2016 12:21 PM, Paul Bailey wrote:
I find that if I've entered *LIBL and a program name, but I need to select
something other than *ALL for the module, selecting Browse for a module and
then again for a Procedure builds a complete list of every single object in
my library list, including every module and procedure for *every* program
(despite already specifying a program name.) Additionally, I find that the
entire list of display files, printer files and database files are also
included in the list.

Aha! Recreated.
1) Set SEP
2) type in *LIBL - don't browse
3) type in program name - don't browse
4) Browse modules. Long wait while a gigantic list of libraries and
objects is constructed. There's a crazy list of objects at the bottom
of the list of libraries; said list includes *USRPRF objects in QSYS!

Browsing for a program name also produces the entire list

When I type in *LIBL and then browse for a program, I get a list of
libraries. If I expand any particular library, I only get a list of
*PGM objects in that library.

If, after browsing for the program, I then browse for the module, I get
the expected list of modules in the program and that's all.

So for me, I'm only seeing this bizarre full object list if I type
*LIBL, and Program, and then Browse for the modules.


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