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Last Post 01/13/2020 11:31 AM by  Ragu Raghavan
How to find where invoked code is called
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01/13/2020 7:59 AM

    We have a custom library that is a clone of a Lawson-delivered program.  It is invoked from within one of our custom programs - but we don't seem to know where so we aren't sure it is even needed anymore.  Can someone please refresh my memory on how to tell where the program is invoked from?  I believe you do it using the "lstinvk" command and possibly the "-A" option?  I don't want to submit any compiles - I just want to determine what program is calling this custom program.  The cloned program is a copy of the Lawson POID program.  Thanks in advance.

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    01/13/2020 11:31 AM
    i usually run it without any options: lstinvk prodline POID | lashow will show you all the details you need
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