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I would like to be able to see the Procedure Names a Program or Service Program require.
I have a service program with 5 procedures defined in it. I can get a list of those procedures using DSPSRVPGM with DETAIL(*PROCEXP). This service program is entered into a binding directory.
I have a program that uses two of those 5 procedures in the above service program. That program is compiled and uses the above binding directory to locate the two procedures it needs and finds them in the service program.
I would like to be able to see [using a command with *OUTFILE or an SQL DB2 table] the procedure names that the program needs that are in that service program. DSPPGMREF allows me to see what service programs a program needs. However, it does not tell me the specific procedure names the program uses in the associated service program. That functionality would be very helpful.
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