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retrieve contents of a command program

retrieve contents of a command program

(OP)
I have a lot of *CMD programs on my AS400 which run CL programs which are not the same name as the command.  

Is there a command that I can run and output the information contained in 'Program to Process command'.  

I have tried DSPOBJD to an *OUTFILE but this doesn't show the information.

Many Thanks
      

RE: retrieve contents of a command program

Use DSPCMD (Display Command).

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RE: retrieve contents of a command program

(OP)
thanks flapeyre, but what I am looking for is a command that I can run that puts the details of all command programs in a library to a disk file (*OUTFILE) (bit like DSPOBJD), rather than run DSPCMD for each command individually - I have got about 500-600 to look at.

 

RE: retrieve contents of a command program

(OP)
Thanks for your help here folks.

I used the QCDRCMDI api within a CL program and passed the output from each call into a program that wrote the details onto a disk file.

Thanks again

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