Buck Calabro | 23 Oct 20:03 2014
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Re: Sometimes IFS copy/paste doesn't work in RSE

On 10/23/2014 12:51 PM, Vernon Hamberg wrote:
> Any takers on this one? Is it something I'm doing wrong? Or is it a bug?

Smells like a bug.  I can't imagine a preference that silently denies
copy/paste of certain specially named stream files.

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Buck Calabro | 23 Oct 16:27 2014
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Re: Library list issue

On 10/23/2014 9:10 AM, RPGLIST wrote:

> I tried adding my startup command to the command line but it didn't work.

Did you disconnect and reconnect the connection?  (That sounded goofy!)
 I'm pretty sure (empirical evidence) that RDi only executes the initial
command when the connection initially connects.

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Buck Calabro | 23 Oct 15:46 2014
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Re: Library list issue

On 10/23/2014 8:40 AM, RPGLIST wrote:
> Is there a way to have Rdi keep my library from one day to the next? I hae
> about 15 libraries that I use daily and I really hate having to add them
> every day to Rdi....

I think the easiest way is to use the Connection.  Right click the
connection, Properties, Subsystems.  You can change the library list
there, either by putting the libraries you want or calling a CL program
that does it (in the initial command box).

I have several test / QA / production environments, and I have a
separate connection for each project in each environment.  That makes
managing the library list easier for me.

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RPGLIST | 23 Oct 14:40 2014

Library list issue

Is there a way to have Rdi keep my library from one day to the next? I hae
about 15 libraries that I use daily and I really hate having to add them
every day to Rdi....

Dutch

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Obelix | 23 Oct 10:08 2014
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Re: What is wrong with with definition

Il 21/10/2014 15:38, Buck Calabro ha scritto:
> On 10/20/2014 4:25 PM, Bob Cagle wrote:
> I don't have a back level machine to test against.  Suppose I have two
> machines.  One is at 5.4 and the other is at 7.2.  I fire up RDi and
> edit RPG source on both machines, typing a valid dcl-s line.  Will Lpex
> throw a syntax error only on the 5.4 member?
No. It will consider it valid, and you'll get an error compiling on the 
540 machine. I'm sure, since it happens to me daily (develop on a 540 
machine with RDi 7.6, so PR isn't mandatory for RDi, but for compiler 
yes, so i end up most time going back to source and add missing PR to 
local copybook).

If there's a way to 'force' RDi to check a source again a previous 
release, i would be glad to know, as it will semplify my job.

> I thought that the syntax checkers are part of RDi, but then I
> remembered that CL gets validated by calls to IBM i so now I don't know...

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Terry Hertel | 22 Oct 19:05 2014

Alt-Shift-H

Yes, that works.

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date: Wed, 22 Oct 2014 11:24:48 -0400
from: Edmund Reinhardt <edmund.reinhardt@...>
subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] WDSCI-L Digest, Vol 12, Issue 520

Can you
Right click->Source->Hex edit line
?

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Terry Hertel | 22 Oct 17:11 2014

Re: WDSCI-L Digest, Vol 12, Issue 520

Yes.
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date: Tue, 21 Oct 2014 14:27:17 -0400
from: Doug Davie <dougdavie@...>
subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] Alt-Shift-H

Are you in the LPEX editor with your cursor on a line of source code?

On Tue, Oct 21, 2014 at 2:02 PM, Terry Hertel <T.Hertel@...>
wrote:

> When I press Alt-Shift-H it opens up the Help window (like I had clicked
> on Help).
>
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>
> message: 4
> date: Tue, 21 Oct 2014 12:14:14 -0400
> from: Edmund Reinhardt <edmund.reinhardt@...>
> subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] What is wrong with definition
>
>
>
> BTW
> Don't forget that it is even easier in RDi to go Alt-Shift-H to get hex
> view of current line
>
>
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Buck Calabro | 22 Oct 15:49 2014
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Re: Run option not working

On 10/22/2014 9:19 AM, Eric Simpson wrote:

Hi Eric,

> Regarding "RDi can't grab my spooled output from an RPG program and stuff
> it into an RDi window."
> 
> Have you tried *SHOWSPLF?  It has limitations but might work for what you
> want.
> http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21608550
> 
> e.g. DSPSYSSTS OUTPUT(*PRINT) /* *SHOWSPLF */

No, I didn't know about it - it's not in any release notes.  I have an
RPG program that I'm in the process of working on.  It implements some
system APIs to get me activation group information.  I'm in the early
stages, so I call the API and issue an DUMP.  This shows it in an RDi
window:

Commands log view:
Command Normal : call actbndpgm /* *showsplf */

Thanks!
  --buck
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Buck Calabro | 21 Oct 20:55 2014
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Re: Run option not working

On 10/21/2014 12:55 PM, RPGLIST wrote:
> I'm sure this is just a matter of a bad configuration so if anyone can
> lend some help I would appreciate it.
> 
> When I try to run a program I get the following error:
> 
> An internal error occurred during: "Launching RemoteSystemsTempFiles".
> java.lang.NullPointerException
> 
> No idea what this is about.

Hi Dutch,

When I want to run a program, it's usually in a menu, so I just switch
over to a 5250 session and drill down through the menus until I get to
it.  If it's something new, I typically call it from the command line.
I personally never saw the value trying to do everything inside of RDi,
but that's just me [1].  Many people like the idea of an Integrated
Development Environment (IDE).  So, prompted by your question, I figured
I'd give it a whirl.

Run > Run Configurations...
Click on the IBM i: Run Batch Application icon.
Click the 'New' button in the upper left.  There's no shortcut key or
menu option to do this :-(
Fill in the name of the program you want to submit.
Click Apply, then Run.
Look at the Commands Log view to see the results (submitted and completed)

To re-run, Run > Run Configurations... and select your pre-planned
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Terry Hertel | 21 Oct 20:02 2014

Alt-Shift-H

When I press Alt-Shift-H it opens up the Help window (like I had clicked on Help).

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date: Tue, 21 Oct 2014 12:14:14 -0400
from: Edmund Reinhardt <edmund.reinhardt@...>
subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] What is wrong with definition

BTW
Don't forget that it is even easier in RDi to go Alt-Shift-H to get hex
view of current line

Regards,

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Technical Architect for Rational Developer for i

                                                                               

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RPGLIST | 21 Oct 18:55 2014

Run option not working

I'm sure this is just a matter of a bad configuration so if anyone can
lend some help I would appreciate it.

When I try to run a program I get the following error:

An internal error occurred during: "Launching RemoteSystemsTempFiles".
java.lang.NullPointerException

No idea what this is about.

Dutch

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