Justin Taylor | 5 May 01:44 2016

What can I debug with RDi?

I know I can:
RPGLE & CLLE via SEP & Debug As IBMi Job
OPM RPG via Debug As IBMi Job
Java no

What about CLP, CLE/CPPLE or SQL?

Thx
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Terry Hertel | 4 May 21:43 2016

Displaying spooled files

I had already changed the user in the spooled file filter from *CURRENT to my user id and got the correct list
so I changed it back to *CURRENT and the list was still correct, so I assume it must have been a refresh issue.

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date: Wed, 4 May 2016 18:49:28 +0000
from: Ken Killian <kkillian@...>
subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] Displaying spooled files

Did you try a "Refresh"? Please remember it is snap-shot, so try refresh.

-Ken Killian-

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Sent: Wednesday, May 4, 2016 2:47 PM
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Subject: [WDSCI-L] Displaying spooled files

I compiled a program and wanted to look at the compile listing so I opened the Remote System view and clicked
on Spooled Files. There is a sub-folder labeled "My spooled files" so I clicked on that. That gives me a
choice of three spooled files. However, if I go to a green screen session and use WRKSPLF, I get a list of 12
spooled files in my outq. I then right clicked on "My spooled files" and selected Change. A window appears
to change the spooled file filter. It is set to user *CURRENT with no filters on output queue name, output
queue library, or spooled file name. Why don't all twelve spooled files appear in the view?
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Terry Hertel | 4 May 20:46 2016

Displaying spooled files

I compiled a program and wanted to look at the compile listing so I opened the Remote System view and clicked
on Spooled Files. There is a sub-folder labeled "My spooled files" so I clicked on that. That gives me a
choice of three spooled files. However, if I go to a green screen session and use WRKSPLF, I get a list of 12
spooled files in my outq. I then right clicked on "My spooled files" and selected Change. A window appears
to change the spooled file filter. It is set to user *CURRENT with no filters on output queue name, output
queue library, or spooled file name. Why don't all twelve spooled files appear in the view?
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Justin Taylor | 4 May 18:42 2016

"Restrict search to selection" disabled

I've noticed in RDi 9.5.0.3, that the "Restrict search to selection" search option is often disabled.  This
is in SQLRPGLE code.  I think I've narrowed it down to being disabled if multiple rows are selected.

Anyone else seen this?
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Jon Paris | 4 May 17:43 2016

Improved Block Nesting functionality

Using the Ctl-Shift-O facility in the main source does not seem to offer the improved capability that you
see when in a subroutine or subprocedure. It just gives the old “Matching statement not found” error.
I wonder if this is “as designed” - which would be a pity and means I need to open an RFE - or a bug in the implementation.

 
Jon Paris

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Ken Killian | 4 May 16:08 2016

RDI 9.5.0.3 Qshell does not echo command like Dos-shell.

HI,

I am working with a Java Programmer, and using QSHELL inside of RDI 9.5.0.3

Sadly, I am getting no Echo of commands, like I do with DOS-Shell, how do I turn that feature on?

Inside a DOS Shell, I see the commands I entered at the command line. But, using QSHELL in RDI, I have no
logging of the commands I enter! WTF!

I tried the command Echo on, that does not make the command echo...

Java developer asked me what type of Shell, does not echo the command you typed in? How do you turn that on?

http://archive.midrange.com/wdsci-l/201507/msg00113.html

I asked previously, but didn't get an answer...

PS. Should I open a PMR?

-Ken Killian-

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Colpaert, Peter | 2 May 06:19 2016
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Re: LPEX User Profile

I have the exact same problem, and do the exact same thing.  For some reason it starts working again
afterwards (even though nothing has changed).

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From: WDSCI-L [mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Buck Calabro
Sent: vrijdag 29 april 2016 17:42
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Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] LPEX User Profile

On 4/29/2016 11:27 AM,
MichaelQuigley@... wrote:
> I wrote a user profile a while back. The biggest thing it does is trim
> the trailing blanks off every time I open a source member. Except that
> I must have missed a step somewhere. Since I installed 9.5.0.3, I get
> an error opening every source member saying 'Class
> "org.theway.lpexExtensions.UserProfile1" not found.
>
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mailman | 1 May 13:30 2016

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MichaelQuigley | 29 Apr 22:58 2016

Re: LPEX User Profile

"WDSCI-L" <wdsci-l-bounces@...> wrote on 04/29/2016
01:00:02 PM:
> ----- Message from Buck Calabro <kc2hiz@...> on Fri, 29 Apr 
> 2016 11:42:15 -0400 -----
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> To:
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> wdsci-l@...
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> Subject:
> 
> Re: [WDSCI-L] LPEX User Profile
> 
> On 4/29/2016 11:27 AM,
> MichaelQuigley@... wrote:
> > I wrote a user profile a while back. The biggest thing it does is trim 
the 
> > trailing blanks off every time I open a source member. Except that I 
must 
> > have missed a step somewhere. Since I installed 9.5.0.3, I get an 
error 
> > opening every source member saying 'Class 
> > "org.theway.lpexExtensions.UserProfile1" not found.
> > 
> > I haven't changed any of my preferences and it's in the same place as 
it 
> > was before--the plugins folder of the SDP install.
> > 
> > Any ideas what I've missed or what I need to do to fix it?
> 
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Stuart Rowe | 28 Apr 18:04 2016
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Trying to install Rational Developer

Just got a new PC at work (killed another one!) and I am trying to install
Rational Developer 9.5 on it.  I have the downloaded installer media here
locally (others here have used it).  Every time I run "launchpad.exe" I get
the error "Could not create the Java virtual machine".

I find various fixes for it regarding IBM and/or Rational software, but
only solutions that work when the product is already installed and I can
edit an eclipse.ini file, but I have not been able to install it yet so no
eclipse.ini that I can find.

Any help out there for this situation?

I have Windows 10 with nothing installed but Java 8 and MS Office.
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John Yeung | 28 Apr 16:41 2016
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Re: DB2 regex bug with look around ?

On Thu, Apr 28, 2016 at 10:09 AM, Craig Richards <craig@...> wrote:
> You don't need parentheses for capturing text

Sorry, you're right. The Python method I was using when I wrote my
previous post only shows "subgroups" (and there are no subgroups
without explicit capture). When I use the method that shows the entire
match, Python does return the '2' in 'B2B'.

So yeah, I would expect regexp_substr to return it as well. I agree
with you that it looks like a bug.

John Y.
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