The Question is:
Is it possible to inspect the process logical name table of another process?
Obviously I can inspect the system, group and (using ANAL/SYS to get the
JIB) the job name table but I can't see type of identifier for the process
logical name table that I can supply to the /TABLE qualifier of SHOW
The Answer is :
There are two general classes of logical name tables: shared, and
process-private. The process-private logical name tables are stored
in memory that is not generally accessible to other processes. (You
could use an interprocess AST or rummage around in the process data
structures using SDA, of course.) Those tables that are shared are
visible, if you know where to look when using the SHOW LOGICAL/TABLE
command (and if you have sufficient process privileges enabled).