OBJ-LIST—Process a Stored List of Objects

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The OBJ-LIST keyword specifies a stored list of objects to process. You can specify OBJ-LIST once in a RECOVER or a REBUILD statement. The Object List Manager (OLM) utility creates object lists. For more information, see Use the Object List Manager.
This keyword has the following format:
OBJ-LIST
[
creator-id
.]
obj-list-name
  • creator-id
    (Optional) Specifies the object list creator. If you do not specify
    creator-id
    , the user ID of the utility job is used.
  • obj-list-name
    Specifies the object list to process.
Consider the following items when you use this keyword:
  • OBJ-LIST cannot be used with the following keywords:
    • DATABASE
    • DSNUM
    • FULLDD
    • FULLDSN
    • INDEX
    • INDEXSPACE
    • LIST
    • OBIDXLAT
    • PART
    • TABLESPACE
    • TOCOPY
    • TODDN
    • TOVOLUME
  • When you specify OBJ-LIST in a RECOVER statement, the list can contain a mix of tablespaces and indexspaces.
  • When you specify OBJ-LIST in a REBUILD statement, the list can contain only tablespaces or only indexspaces.
Example: Recover a Group of Objects that are Defined in an Object List
The following example recovers a group of database objects that are specified in the object list:
//SYSIN DD * RECOVER OBJ-LIST USER01.PRDACCTG01 //*