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2010/09/10

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How can I check to see if a particular service program is referenced by my WebSmart programs?

Product: WebSmart ILE Type: Frequently Asked Question

In WebSmart 8.8 and higher there is a WAS Analysis Utility to get this information which can be found here: http://[IPAddress]:8150 /wascfg/wssrvpgm.pgm
 
Alternatives:
Run DSPPGM YOURLIB/YOURPGM - display 4 of 7 lists the service programs.  The PW_RTSxxx program in XL_WEBSPT in the WebSmart service program, and the xxx is the version number.
 
or  
 
Use DSPPGMREF to check more programs at once: 
  1. Type DSPPGMREF on a command line and prompt it with F4.
  2. To check all your programs in a certain library specify *ALL for the Program, your library name and *OUTFILE for the Output. 
  3. Hit Enter only once and specify the file and library to place the output in.  The file name is arbitrary and will be created on the fly if it doesn't exist. Hit Enter.
  4. Use a file utility or SQL query to  search this file.  Check the column labeled WHFNAM for a reference to your service program name.

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