Also coming in tops with Search400.com members is the DSPPGM (Display Program) command to display the source compiled...
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from. Check out these tips to get more use out of it.
- Why service programs need binding source
In his review of binding source, Paul Tuohy explains how you can use DSPPGM to view the signatures embedded in a program.
- Where's the source?
You are a new programmer or consultant and you are assigned a seemingly simple change to an existing program. With your skills it will be a piece of cake. What is the first thing you do? You have to find the source. Not always easy. Member Jeff Worthington has a couple techniques using DSPPGM and DSPFD.
- Display program information with two simple commands
As programmers, you are constantly modifying programs, isolating "product" source files, or just trying to estimate the number of objects affected by a modification. There are two commands that can assist you in these tasks. One of those is DSPPGM.
- Find the correct source file for your programs
Search400.com member Azmat Bhatti uses the DSPPGM to resolve this common problem.
- How do I know the Source file information for a RPG IV program?
Member Sudhakar Kunji offers his own method for finding the source.
- Reduce static storage
Member Nick Hobson says the DSPPGM and DSPMOD commands may be used to determine the amount of static storage required by a program or module.