Actions That Update the "Change Date/Time" Field on the DSPOBJD Command

Technote (troubleshooting)


Problem(Abstract)

This document specifies the actions that cause the "Change Date/Time" field on the DSPOBJD display to be updated.

Resolving the problem

The following options cause the Change Date/Time field on the DSPOBJD display to be updated:

o CHGOBJAUD
o CHGOBJD
o CHGOBJOWN
o CHGOBJPGP
o EDTOBJAUT (when authority to *PUBLIC is changed)
o GRTOBJAUT (when authority to *PUBLIC is changed)
o MOVOBJ
o RNMOBJ
o Restore operations

The following options are specific to *LIB objects and cause the Change Date/Time field on the DSPOBJD display to be updated:
o Re-creating an object into the library
o Renaming an object in the library
o Moving an object from/to the library
o Deleting an object in the library
o Changing the library with the CHGOBJD, CHGLIB, CHGOBJAUD, CHGOBJOWN, CHGOBJPGP cmds
o Saving a database file in the library, this includes SAVLIB, SAVOBJ, SAVCHGOBJ, or anything that saves a DB file.

The following options are specific to *PGM objects and cause the Change Date/Time field on the DSPOBJD display to be updated:
o Compressing or decompressing a *PGM object with the CPROBJ or DCPOBJ commands.
o Using CHGPGM, except when message CPC0541- No change required is received.
o Using UPDPGM. This is applicable only to ILE programs.
For releases R540 and up, the system no longer causes the Change Date/Time field on the DSPOBJD display to be updated when the system is extending/changing the primary associated space of program objects.

For releases R530 and older, refer to SUG APAR SE18894 for additional information for SQL program objects.
URL to APAR SE18894: http://www-912.ibm.com/n_dir/nas4apar.nsf/c79815e083182fec862564c00079d117/ac2ecf5f9c4e53ba86256f8a004213de?OpenDocument&Highlight=2,SE18894

Historical Number

428211414

Document information


More support for:

IBM i
Job and system Management

Software version:

5.4.0, 5.4.5, 6.1, 6.1.0, 6.1.1, 7.1, 7.1.0

Operating system(s):

IBM i

Reference #:

N1014753

Modified date:

2013-02-28

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