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check if object allocated

check if object allocated

check if object allocated

Is there a command to verify if an object has been allocated? If not, what's the best way to check for this? re-issue an ALCOBJ and monitor for error?

RE: check if object allocated

What type of object? File, program, data area?

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RE: check if object allocated

this will be a data area.

RE: check if object allocated

WRKOBJLCK Obj(MyLib/MyDtaara) ObjType(*DTAARA) can fit your needs. Using QWCLOBJL API can also be an option
However re-issuing the same ALCOBJ and monitor for error isn't a bad idea though.

RE: check if object allocated

Great, thanks.

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