|V2R3M0: SF42904||V3R0M5: SF44627|
|V3R1M0: SF42617||V3R2M0: SF44630|
|V3R6M0: SF42894||V3R7M0: SF42883|
|V4R1M0: SF44633||V4R1M4: SF46495|
If however you use to move the source after creating the object
is is not as easy.
Working with Y2K I have found the need for a tool to locate all those sources. I call it CHKOBJSRC.
You find a cut from the program' s output below. You can also get a free copy of the program, if you fill the the form.
Unless otherwise specified you can only use the CHKOBJSRC if you have got it directly from me. You can install and use it on one single iSeries 400 (AS/400) to locate source in any commercial or non-commercial project YOU are working on. You can allow anyone else working on the same project on the same iSeries 400 (AS/400) to use it. You can distribute this text only (the description and my address) to anybody you want if it is not changed. Actually you are invited to do so. No other distribution is allowed. You must remove the utility from machines you will no longer have access to. You are not allowed to sell (alone or as part of a project) any output from this utility.
You are expected within a month after download to send a message with your opinion to the author.
How to get the Check Object/Source accordance (CHKOBJSRC) command
for IBM iSeries 400 (AS/400)
All you have to do is to fill the form. You will then receive the program in few days.
An example of the output from the command: I have cut a little piece from the program's output here.
*-Object-* Sourcedate (object) Sourcedate (source) CHKOBJC2 1998.05.15 17:30:46 OK CHKOBJR1 1998.05.15 18:17:41 1998.05.15 19:20:36 CHKOBJSRC 1998.05.15 17:30:48 OK
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