Greg Wilburn | 22 Sep 14:46 2014

Copy/Paste fails

Since upgrading to v9.1 of RDi (RPG Cobol Tools), both PC's in our shop will frequently lose the ability to
copy/past with the source editor.  I have been working with IBM support for 6 weeks on this issue to no avail. 
When this occurs, Copy & Paste works in all other applications except for RDi.  If we copy from RDi and paste
into Notepad, it fails.  The only way to restore the functionality is a complete reboot (restarting RDi
does not work).

Sometimes we can work all day and not experience the issue, while other days it occurs right from the start.

We both run Windows 7 64-bit, MS office (different versions), and Webroot SecureAnywhere endpoint protection.

Has anyone experienced this or something similar?

Thanks,
Greg
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MichaelQuigley | 19 Sep 21:06 2014

Re: Report Designer--Field alignment--centering in particular

I added an RFE for this function. Please take a look and vote for it if 
you think it makes sense. 

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rfe/execute?use_case=viewRfe&CR_ID=59434

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> [WDSCI-L] Report Designer--Field alignment--centering in particular
> 
> In the Screen Designer, I can right-click on a field and align it (Left, 

> Center, & Right--you can also align by Top, Middle, and Bottom). I can't 

> find how to do this in the Report Designer. Am I missing something? If 
> not, I'm ready to enter an RFE to request this as it can be really 
handy. 
> (I understand the alignment options for Top, Middle, & Bottom don't 
really 
> make sense in the Report Designer.)
> 
> Thanks,
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Kurt Anderson | 18 Sep 15:10 2014

Topic Not Found

So last week I was given a new desktop to remote into.  I have RDi 9.1 running on it with the outline testfix.  Now
it seems that help does not work.  I keep getting Topic Not Found.  And any search I do within the help on RPG
topics doesn't get a match.  I found a thread on 9.01 and saw that deleting the c:\users\name\.eclipse
folder resolved the issue, but that didn't resolve the issue for me at 9.1.

Any suggestions barring a complete reinstall?

Kurt Anderson
Sr. Programmer/Analyst - Application Development, Service Delivery Platform
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Austin, Mark | 18 Sep 10:37 2014

Re: iSphere In Da House. Check Dis Out.

Hi Frank,

Thank you, very much appreciated. I too use iSphere daily and it is a great plug-in.

Best regards,
Mark

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Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] iSphere In Da House. Check Dis Out.

Mark,

in the next iSphere release i will add better support for filter pools.

Frank




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Hi Frank,

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Paul Bailey | 18 Sep 10:40 2014
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Re: iSphere In Da House. Check Dis Out.

Hi Frank,

Sorry for the slow reply.

1) Yes please, the default repository save location/name would be a nice feature (especially given your
reply to (4)) - if there were "replacement variables" to create the name that include filter pool and
connection names, maybe even workspace name, then it would make filter management easier for me at least.

2) Thanks

3) Filter pools give me a way to organise my filters within a connection, and I could use the same filter pools
over different connections (although not the same filters). Since your response it seems many others use
them for similar reasons, which makes me feel better at least :)

4) To be honest, the word filter repository brings to mind (for me) a way of storing, sharing and restoring
the patterns of filters I have setup, but you haven't done it that way in reality, so perhaps my hope for
filtering my single repository by connection/filter pool/date-of-birth/etc. is a bit unrealistic. We
used to be able to setup a CSV repository in WDSCi to save connections, filter pools, filters, eclipse
perspectives, et al., and it made things incredibly quick to setup new users, but I haven't been able to get
it to work for years.

5) & 6) Thanks.

-Paul.

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Robert Rogerson | 17 Sep 23:28 2014

iSphere documentation.

Can anyone point me to the iSphere documentation if there is any?

Thanks,

Rob
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Austin, Mark | 17 Sep 15:28 2014

Re: iSphere In Da House. Check Dis Out.

Hi Frank,

Just to add my 2 cents worth after trying this new functionality. We too use dozens of pools so would also like
to see this change.

Best regards,
Mark

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: 17 September 2014 13:31
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Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] iSphere In Da House. Check Dis Out.

Jim,

seems that there are more people who are using individual created filter pools than I thought. I will see
what I can do.

Frank




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MichaelQuigley | 16 Sep 22:51 2014

Report Designer--Field alignment--centering in particular

In the Screen Designer, I can right-click on a field and align it (Left, 
Center, & Right--you can also align by Top, Middle, and Bottom). I can't 
find how to do this in the Report Designer. Am I missing something? If 
not, I'm ready to enter an RFE to request this as it can be really handy. 
(I understand the alignment options for Top, Middle, & Bottom don't really 
make sense in the Report Designer.)

Thanks,
Michael Quigley
Computer Services
The Way International
www.TheWay.org
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Jim Essinger | 16 Sep 19:24 2014
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Re: iSphere In Da House. Check Dis Out.

Frank,

How does this work with Filter Pools?  I have 15 to 20 filter pools that I
use all the time, but it seems that I can only select one of the pools at a
time in the management tool to export to the repository.

I would like to be able to select all the pools, and their associated
filters strings to archive or restore.

Jim

On Fri, Sep 12, 2014 at 7:13 AM, Frank Hildebrandt <
frank.hildebrandt@...> wrote:

> Yo mama, how cool is this?
>
> I know a lot of people who are spending a lot of time in creating filters
> for the Remote Systems Explorer. But what if your workspace is corrupted
> and
> you have to create a new one? Recreating all the filters can be a time
> consuming thing. Or you have installed RDi on a computer in your office and
> at home and you want to synchronize your filters. Or you just want to share
> your filters with your colleagues. RDi has a feature to export and import a
> whole connection. But here you have to take everything or nothing.
>
> With the new feature iSphere RSE Filter Management this task will be as
> simple as possible. You can export single or all filters from your
> workspace
> to a repository (XML File). You can import single or all filters from a
> repository to your workspace. The filters in the workspace and in the
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Jim Essinger | 16 Sep 18:47 2014
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iSphere Spooled file enhancement request.

Frank,

Thanks again for your contribution to the RDi toolset!

I have a request that I hope is minor.  While looking at the spooled files
through the iSphere Spooled File tool in TABLE view, I would like to delete
the selected entry or entries by pressing the delete key.

The way my install is currently working, I have to grab the mouse, right
click on the entry and select delete.  The delete key does nothing.

Jim Essinger
Western Power Sports
Boise ID
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Ken Killian | 16 Sep 17:19 2014

RDi 9.1 Stepping through code is slow... (Using LPEX...)

Hi,

I am using RDi 9.1, and I notice stepping through code the debugger seems approximately 3-times slower....

If I debug a simple program under 100 lines, it is lightning fast....

But, when debugging code over 1,000 lines, it seems to slow down CONSIDERABLE, approx. 3-times slower....

Is there a setting to speed up the step-through code? Why would it go slower on bigger chucks of code?

I am using the LPEX Editor as my debugger...

Is it because of all that "Fancy-Stuff" to show colors and show those # <at> $! <at> #$ <at> !#$ Stupid Hex Characters
that the Fossil-SEU-Dinosaurs put in their code. To make it more like RDi to get colors?!?!?! Heck! Let RDi
do the colors!!!

I switched to *LISTING view, and then it is VERY FAST... So, this tells me some things about the LPEX is
causing the debugger to slow down GREATLY...

-Ken Killian-
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