Are the APIs QGYRATLO and QSYLATLO the only way to determine what directory objects are attached to an authorization...
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list? I get CPI221C: 1 objects were not included in this list, when running DSPAUTL.
If you go through iSeries Navigator (aka OpsNav) you can get the information you're looking for. Expand on the system name, expand Security, choose Authorization lists. Click on the authorization list you're interested in. The first screen you'll see is the equivalent of EDTAUTL (Edit Authorization List). If you press on the "Secured Objects" box, you will get a screen that displays (in 3 separate boxes) the objects in libraries, the objects in folders and the objects in directories.
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