Tyler, Matt | 24 Apr 23:35 2014

RFE :: Please make a filter that will filter to sub rountine and procedure names.

A new(ish) RFE to consider.  

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rfe/execute?use_case=viewRfe&CR_ID=306
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Thanks, Matt

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Matt Lavinder | 24 Apr 20:36 2014

Re: RDi verification changes library

Mike,

I haven't wrote about this in a month but it has become very annoying. 
After your message last month I looked over my connection properties and 
couldn't find any special library list settings I had changed.  The 
really crazy thing is this ONLY seems to happen when verifying a file 
that is in an iProject.  If I open a member directly, verifying does not 
change the current library.  If I add libraries to the library list, I 
am fine as well.  The verifier only seems to mess with the current library.

It is really, really odd.

-Matt

On 3/25/2014 11:27 AM, Mike Hockings wrote:
>
> Hi Matt, you probably want to look at the settings for your RSE connection.
> It can be configured to override what is set by the jobd used by your id to
> start the session.
>
> Mike
>
> Mike Hockings, M.Eng., P.Eng.
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> Support
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Buck Calabro | 22 Apr 23:26 2014
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Re: Cannot find Run/Debug preference in trial version of RDi V9

On 4/22/2014 5:12 PM, Wagner, Linda wrote:
> After running the old WDSc 7.0 for many  years, I've finally downloaded the trial version of RDi.  I'm trying
to change my debug defaults for SEP so that the default is UPDPROD(*YES) but I can't find where to set this. 
It used to be under Run/Debug preferences and from what I can find online, it looks like it should still be
there.  However, I do not have that item listed in my preferences list.   I've looked everywhere and am not
sure what to try next.  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

In the Preferences window, there's a search box.  That box is my first
resource. It's not 100% but it doesn't take a lot of time to try it.
Put in 'debug' and you'll see all the preferences titled 'Debug'.  The
one you want is IBM i Debug

The browse path is Run/Debug > IBM i Debug

Welcome!
  --buck

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Wagner, Linda | 22 Apr 23:12 2014
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Cannot find Run/Debug preference in trial version of RDi V9

After running the old WDSc 7.0 for many  years, I've finally downloaded the trial version of RDi.  I'm trying
to change my debug defaults for SEP so that the default is UPDPROD(*YES) but I can't find where to set this. 
It used to be under Run/Debug preferences and from what I can find online, it looks like it should still be
there.  However, I do not have that item listed in my preferences list.   I've looked everywhere and am not
sure what to try next.  Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

-Linda Wagner

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rob | 22 Apr 20:24 2014

Fw: IBM Rational Developer for i Webcast - May 13, 2014

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From:   IBM <camoaten@...>
To:     rob@...
Date:   04/22/2014 02:07 PM
Subject:        IBM Rational Developer for i Webcast - May 13, 2014

Description
The IBM legacy tools for RPG, COBOL, and CL have been "end of lifed" by 
IBM. This means that these tools (SEU, PDM, ADTS, and WDSC) are no longer 
supported or enhanced by IBM. Rational Developer for i (RDi) is the 
replacement for all of the IBM legacy development tools. Like WDSC, RDi is 
based on the Eclipse framework. RDi is an inexpensive, state of the art 
development environment that includes a sophisticated editor, integrated 
debugger, a graphical designer for screens and reports, and many other 
features. Use of RDi will improve developer productivity and reduce 
software defects. And RDi's modern features are attractive to younger 
developers who do not want to work with green screen tools.

This Webcast will introduce attendees to the features of RDi. The Webcast 
will include a brief presentation to introduce RDi, followed by a 
demonstration of key features, including support for free form RPG.

Registration Process
You may register at this link: 
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/103954783700141825

When you register you will be asked for the following information:
Name
Company name
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Buck Calabro | 22 Apr 19:19 2014
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Re: RDi Compile - SQLRPGLE as Module

On 4/22/2014 12:12 PM, Kurt Anderson wrote:
> Since I'm new to compiling in RDi, I wanted to check here first before I created an RFE.
> 
> When in an SQLRPGLE source, the compile commands available are:
>                 CRTSQLRPGI       (PDM option 14 for SQLRPGLE)
>                 CRTBNDRPG       (PDM option 14 for RPGLE)
>                 CRTRPGMOD     (PDM option 15 for RPGLE)
> 
> What's missing here is PDM option 15 for SQLRPGLE.
> 
> The list of compile commands available does seem to be based on the source type, so why not, for SQL, have the
following (this is my RFE idea):
>                 CRTSQLRPGI - *PGM                      (PDM option 14 for SQLRPGLE)
>                 CRTSQLRPGI - *MODULE              (PDM option 15 for SQLRPGLE)
> 
> I know I can Compile with prompt and change the OBJTYPE to *Module, but I'd have to do that every time, and I'm
spoiled by PDM doing it for me.
> 
> It could be even smarter (for both RPGLE & SQLRPGLE) and based on the presence of NOMAIN in the source, it can
default to the appropriate compile - that way I can simply use the Compile button for my module coding vs the menu.

I have my own compile commands set up for some of this stuff.

Compile > Work with compile commands

crtrpgsqlmod:
CRTSQLRPGI OBJ(&L/&N) SRCFILE(&L/&F) SRCMBR(&N) OBJTYPE(*MODULE)
OPTION(*EVENTF *XREF) RPGPPOPT(*NONE) REPLACE(*YES)
TOSRCFILE(*CURLIB/QSQLTEMP1) COMPILEOPT('DBGVIEW(*LIST)')

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Kurt Anderson | 22 Apr 18:12 2014

RDi Compile - SQLRPGLE as Module

Since I'm new to compiling in RDi, I wanted to check here first before I created an RFE.

When in an SQLRPGLE source, the compile commands available are:
                CRTSQLRPGI       (PDM option 14 for SQLRPGLE)
                CRTBNDRPG       (PDM option 14 for RPGLE)
                CRTRPGMOD     (PDM option 15 for RPGLE)

What's missing here is PDM option 15 for SQLRPGLE.

The list of compile commands available does seem to be based on the source type, so why not, for SQL, have the
following (this is my RFE idea):
                CRTSQLRPGI - *PGM                      (PDM option 14 for SQLRPGLE)
                CRTSQLRPGI - *MODULE              (PDM option 15 for SQLRPGLE)

I know I can Compile with prompt and change the OBJTYPE to *Module, but I'd have to do that every time, and I'm
spoiled by PDM doing it for me.

It could be even smarter (for both RPGLE & SQLRPGLE) and based on the presence of NOMAIN in the source, it can
default to the appropriate compile - that way I can simply use the Compile button for my module coding vs the menu.

Thoughts?

Kurt Anderson
Sr. Programmer/Analyst - Application Development, Service Delivery Platform
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Buck Calabro | 22 Apr 15:37 2014
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Re: Implied subfield definition not in Outline

On 4/22/2014 9:27 AM, Kurt Anderson wrote:
> I know I said I'd enter the RFE on Friday, but working the holiday did not turn out as uninterrupted as I had
hoped.  Too many people had the same idea.  
> 
> I played the game this time and created an RFE.  I hope that Edmund/whomever does hear the feedback given in
this forum on the topic of bug vs RFE.
>  
> Here's the RFE:
> http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rfe/execute?use_case=viewRfe&CR_ID=52558 

I voted to have this bug fixed.
It's not Edmund's fault that the bureaucracy is... bureaucratic.
  --buck
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x y | 22 Apr 04:56 2014
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SQL formatting issues - one solution

Column-sensitive editing appears to be the cause of some SQL formatting
errors.  Turing it off on my V8.5.1 instance (Preferences | Remote Systems
LPEX Editor) stopped the loss of source code and properly formatted a
variety of statements.

I'll try it on my V9.0.1 if the trial period hasn't expired.
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MichaelQuigley | 21 Apr 15:57 2014

Re: Debug SEP Communication Error

I've not experienced the exact scenario you describe, but it almost sounds 
like the debug session was still active when you removed the service entry 
point. Did you terminate the debug session before removing the SEP?

wdsci-l-bounces@... wrote on 04/19/2014 01:00:03 PM:
> ----- Message from Glenn Bruckner <glenn.bruckner@...> on Fri,
> 18 Apr 2014 16:31:32 -0500 -----
> 
> To:
> 
> wdsci-l@...
> 
> Subject:
> 
> [WDSCI-L] Debug SEP Communication Error
> 
> I was wondering if anyone else is having this program with RDi 9.0.1. We 

> are on version 7.1 of the Operating System.  The verify connection 
option 
> came back saying everything was successful.  I also have the Update 
> production files checkbox checked as well.
> 
> I was using SEP to debug a program on our production partition.  After 
> stepping through the program and using the monitor tab to review the 
> important variables, I removed the program from the Service Entry Points 

> tab.  I select the little eraser and the entry disappeared from the 
list.
> 
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Glenn Bruckner | 18 Apr 23:31 2014

Debug SEP Communication Error

I was wondering if anyone else is having this program with RDi 9.0.1.  We 
are on version 7.1 of the Operating System.  The verify connection option 
came back saying everything was successful.  I also have the Update 
production files checkbox checked as well.

I was using SEP to debug a program on our production partition.  After 
stepping through the program and using the monitor tab to review the 
important variables, I removed the program from the Service Entry Points 
tab.  I select the little eraser and the entry disappeared from the list.

I modified the program, recompiled it and tried to add it back to the 
service entry point display.  When I did this RDi gave a message saying 
that I was trying to reference an object that no longer existed.  I then 
tried to end the debug server, and I then get a message saying that 
Communication required by Service Entry Point function dropped.  Service 
Entry Point(s) set by user xxxxxxxxxx at server xxxxxxxxx will be removed. 
 The only response is OKAY.

My question is why would the debug server still be thinking that the 
program is still being used in Service Entry Points after I removed it 
from the list?
Is this a known issue with RDi 9.0.1?

Once I restarted the DEBUG sever, I was able to add the program back to 
Service Entry Points. 

Thanks,
Glenn Bruckner
Sr. Programmer/Analyst

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