Justin Taylor | 17 Apr 18:58 2015

Remove plugin

I suspect that a 3rd party RDi plugin that I'm using is causing my Save As to fail.  I'd like to remove the plugin
to prove or disprove this theory.  How do I go about removing a plugin?

Thanks
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MATRAS Pavel (renexter | 16 Apr 13:03 2015
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RDi compilation problems

Hello,
please I have this "issue" with compiling programs in RDI:

*         I have source in my iProject

*         it's not changed from its import from AS400 to iProject

*         and my iProject is connected to SVN

*         but when I try to compile this source, nothing happens, no error message, just nothing

*         and I'm trying to compile into library on AS400 in which this object doesn't exist yet (so nothing like
unable to overwrite existing object or something like that)

Please does anyone solve similar issue? I have RDi 9.1.1 and for SVN I use Subclipse plugin.
Thanks for any help.

Br,
Pavel

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MichaelQuigley | 14 Apr 02:14 2015

Re: WDSCI-L Digest, Vol 13, Issue 176

David,

I would open a PMR for this. The worst that can come of it would be them 
telling you it would be an enhancement request. But (in my opinion) the 
outline should handle this correctly. If it were merely inconvenient, 
maybe it would be an enhancement. But the outline is providing erroneous 
information.

Michael

"WDSCI-L" <wdsci-l-bounces@...> wrote on 04/11/2015
01:00:02 PM:
> ----- Message from David Shaw <daveshawmrc@...> on Fri, 10 Apr
> 2015 15:32:54 -0400 -----
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> To:
> 
> "Rational Developer for IBM i / Websphere Development Studio Client 
> for System i & iSeries" <wdsci-l@...>
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> Subject:
> 
> [WDSCI-L] I spec field renames not showing in outline?
> 
> I opened an old program, written in RPG III but converted to RPG IV 11
> years ago, in RDi 9.1.1.1 that has old-school I spec renames of fields, 
for
> example:
> 
>      Ippr031s
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David Shaw | 10 Apr 21:32 2015
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I spec field renames not showing in outline?

I opened an old program, written in RPG III but converted to RPG IV 11
years ago, in RDi 9.1.1.1 that has old-school I spec renames of fields, for
example:

     Ippr031s
     I              p4srvl                      p3srvl
     I              p4noplan                    p4nopl
     I              p4pcode                     p4pcod
     I              p4lrank                     p4rank
     I              p4ioqty                     p4ioqt

It looks like the live outline doesn't know what to do with these, since
(for example) p4srvl is not showing as renamed in the record format and
does show up in the fields list, and p3srvl does not show up in the fields
list and shows as undefined in the C specs when I hover over it.

I tried switching to the static outline and found it doesn't handle the
renames correctly, either, so I'm assuming this is an old limitation.  I
suppose I could fire up WDSCi 7.0 to check, but I don't have the time at
the moment.

So my question is, is this a defect that I should open a PMR for, or would
fixing this be an enhancement?

Thanks!
Dave Shaw
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Richard Schoen | 9 Apr 21:54 2015

RDi and Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS)

One of guys here has started using The Microsoft Team Foundation Plugin with RDi. 

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh301122.aspx

This should allow IBMi source to be stored in TFS.

Regards,

Richard Schoen | Director of Document Management Technologies, HelpSystems
T: + 1 952-486-6802
RJS Software Systems | A Division of HelpSystems
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John Yeung | 9 Apr 18:15 2015
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Scripting the Eclipse IDE (was: RDi vs SEU)

On Thu, Apr 9, 2015 at 9:37 AM, Buck Calabro <kc2hiz@...> wrote:
> There was a project called Eclipse Monkey which used Javascript (for
> one) to script Eclipse internals.  It died out due to lack of interest.

I am surprised that the Monkey project died out (but I accept that it
has; the official Eclipse wiki page for it has been archived, and its
last timestamp was 2009).

Lack of interest?  Really?  To me, this suggests one or more of the
following:  (1) Eclipse is so full-featured that few people need
anything more than what's already included; (2) Eclipse is so mature
that anything anyone could want to add has already been built as a
"proper" plug-in; (3) Eclipse users are dominated by unimaginative
"drone" programmers who don't have the instinct to keep looking for
greater automation or better features.

But, even if all of those are true, the Eclipse user base is huge.  It
seems implausible to me that there wouldn't be enough demand for
scriptability, even if it only comes from a tiny fraction of the
Eclipse community.

So I did a bit of Googling and found at least a few promising
projects.  The frontrunner by a long shot has to be EASE, which is the
Eclipse Advanced Scripting Environment, released just last year
(2014):

  https://eclipse.org/ease/

If you dig around enough, you can find signs that it is at least in
part built on the work done for Monkey.
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MichaelQuigley | 8 Apr 22:36 2015

Re: Changing the default job name on compiles from RDi

You can change the job name by specifying JOB(newjobname) in the 'SBMJOB 
additional parameters' field, but this can't replicate how PDM option 14 
submits compiles. PDM uses the member name as the job name. I've submitted 
an RFE for this: 
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rfe/execute?use_case=viewRfe&CR_ID=69324

"WDSCI-L" <wdsci-l-bounces@...> wrote on 04/08/2015
01:00:03 PM:
> ----- Message from Buck Calabro <kc2hiz@...> on Wed, 08 Apr 
> 2015 11:35:45 -0400 -----
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> To:
> 
> wdsci-l@...
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> Subject:
> 
> Re: [WDSCI-L] Changing the default job name on compiles from RDi
> 
> On 3/24/2015 11:19 AM, Dan wrote:
> > Is it possible to change the default job name for submitted compiles 
from
> > 'PROGRAMMER' to the name of the source being compiled?  (I.e., 
replicate
> > how PDM option 14 sets job name for batch compiles.)
> 
> Are you using the same job description for both PDM and RDi?
> STRPDM, F18
> RDi, Windows > Preferences, Filter on 'command' to get to
>   Remote Systems > IBM i > Command Execution
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Buck Calabro | 8 Apr 17:35 2015
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Re: Changing the default job name on compiles from RDi

On 3/24/2015 11:19 AM, Dan wrote:
> Is it possible to change the default job name for submitted compiles from
> 'PROGRAMMER' to the name of the source being compiled?  (I.e., replicate
> how PDM option 14 sets job name for batch compiles.)

Are you using the same job description for both PDM and RDi?
STRPDM, F18
RDi, Windows > Preferences, Filter on 'command' to get to
  Remote Systems > IBM i > Command Execution

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Justin Taylor | 8 Apr 15:14 2015

Save As failing

I have an SQLRPGLE source member open for edit.
Drop down File=>Save As
Enter new Member name & click OK
It asks if I want to overwrite existing member, I click Yes
It gives the following error:

RSEF1002
Operation failed. File system input or output error
Message reported from file system. Unexpected error retrieving list
with {0}

Click OK to the error and I'm in the source member with the new name.

The trouble is, it hasn't actually changed on the server.

IBM Rational Developer for i version 9.1.1.1

Anyone seen this before?  Got any suggestions?

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ChadB | 6 Apr 17:33 2015

Compatibility of RDP and RAD with v7.2


Hello... I am getting prepped to install IBM i v7.2 in the near future and
am trying to find a definitive web page that shows compatibility for some
of the PC based development tools... we are running the packages below.
Can anyone confirm if they know they are compatible with v7.2, or post a
link where I can verify compatibility?

IBM® Rational® Developer for Power Systems Software
Version 8.5.1 (8.5.1000.20121114_1512)

IBM® Rational® Application Developer for WebSphere® Software
Version 8.5.5.1 (8.5.5001.RADO8551-I20140710_1220)
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Dan | 3 Apr 19:26 2015
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Value of ADTS in an RDi shop?

Over on the RPG400 list, there are a few threads discussing the value
proposition of RDi.  I don't mention this to encourage anyone here to go
over there to beat a dead horse but, rather, to ask those of you who have
abandoned ADTS how the loss of PDM affected you, if at all.

I'm still learning the RDi ropes, and my shop won't be dropping ADTS
anytime soon, but wondering if others' experience of losing PDM presented
any challenges.

- Dan
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