Within a user’s application, there can be calls to common utility programs. In some cases these utility programs are used to perform data access for a particular file or SQL table. The more common situation is that there is a generic data access utility that is passed as part of its parameters the name of table or file to be accessed and the type of access requested.
While it is useful to see these call relationships, extra information can be gained by using Enterprise Analyzer (EA) to show the file or table being used and the actual operation requested, be that a read/write, select/insert, delete or rewrite/update.
This article will explain what information is required to be able to configure EA to create these relationships. This article should be read alongside the EA help section on “Identifying Interfaces for Generic API Analysis”.
Full article: https://portal.microfocus.com/s/article/KM000017685