You can always use the WRKJRNA (Work with Journal Attributes) command to look at the attributes of a journal to determine which objects are being journaled to that journal. But Ewart Desouza wrote to Carsten and asked for a command that would list the journaled and non-journaled objects in a particular library. He wanted to know which files in his production library are journaled and which are not.
Well, Carsten to the rescue… Here is the command PRTJRNRPT (Print Journal Report), which does just what Ewart asked for and more…
The command allows you to specify a library name, *LIBL, *CURLIB, etc, and allows you to specify if you want a list of journaled, or non-journaled objects, the object types you are interested in, and the report order, like in Object Order, or Library/Object order.
Download the save file containing the source code.