Stephen Stockton | 1 Nov 01:31 2006
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Re: auto-refresh of source file and/or librarycontentsinRemoteSystems perspective?

Hi Michael, 
You're not crazy, I have noticed the same thing... I just got into the 
habit of refreshing everytime I look at a filter.

Several times source code would appear under a filter and I knew for a 
fact it was not in that location.
After a while, perhaps it got bored, it began to behave itself.

Integrity ?  Hmm I hope so.

Personally, I have found compiling in WDCS to be inconsistent... when it 
works cool, but I do not want to waste my time wondering if it has.
So, I'm afraid I have to use a combination of green and wdcs.

Regards
Steve

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Ewout N Boter | 1 Nov 12:22 2006

Running updater from command line

I am trying to setup a 'mirror site' for downloading updates for WDSCi, 
following the instructions of Mark Phippard (see thread 
http://archive.midrange.com/wdsci-l/200602/msg00378.html for details). 

I have added some command line parameters to the java command, because I 
am behind a firewall. One of the commands now looks like this:

java -cp startup.jar org.eclipse.core.launcher.Main -Dhttp.proxySet=true 
-Dhttp.proxyHost=proxy.lb.abbott.corp -Dhttp.proxyPort=80 -application 
org.eclipse.update.core.standaloneUpdate -command mirror -from 
http://www3.software.ibm.com/ibmdl/pub/software/rationalsdp/updater/60/update 
-to %drive%\%local% -mirrorURL %url%/site.xml

I am sure that the proxyHost and proxyPort settings are correct. When I 
use these values in Rational Product Updater, the search process completes 
normally. When I make a change to the values, the process terminates with 
an error. 

Nevertheless, when I run the above command, I get an error. In the command 
window itself, the following message is displayed:

PolicyClassLoader could not find policy 
com.ibm.jxesupport.JxeClassLoaderpolicy
Analyzing features already mirrored ... Done.
Command failed. Please check log file [...] for details.

The first message in the command window seems troubling, but the second 
message seems to be more promising. But, the last message again indicates 
trouble. The contents of the log file is as follows:

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Turnidge, Dave | 1 Nov 13:39 2006

Re: Boilerplate...

Page at a time. 

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page at a time, expanding, or for end of file?

Turnidge, Dave wrote:
> I'm going to be attempting to write a subfile program. It's been a 
> LONG time since I have written one from scratch... I no longer have my

> ASNA template, or GenesisV to work from.
> 
> Is there a sample, basic program source - preferably ILE and FREE that

> could be used to start from?
> 
> TIA,
> 
> Dave
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Raby, Steve | 1 Nov 14:08 2006
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Problem connecting using Code Designer

 Hi All,

Just had a problem crop up, I was happily (well reasonably so) using this this morning to change a DSPF, then I
tried to create a new DSPF and got an "Invalid User ID or password specified" since then I cannot do anything
with code designer. Even the file I was in and had been changing suddenly didn't like me any more. I went into
the server properties and checked the password etc.

What do I do now? It's too early to go home.

TIA

Steve

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Vernon Hamberg | 1 Nov 14:37 2006
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Re: Running updater from command line

I have been fighting a losing battle with updating WDSC - I have 
given up, frankly, in disgust and deep dudgeon. In the process, I was 
told the update site is down. Not sure if that is causing your problem.

It is a long story, but IBM has finally left me despairing of ever 
updating this ()(*&)#!!! The difficulties of doing this are a huge 
reason that people hate this product - I was beginning to appreciate 
and ever support its use - I still will use it but will not waste any 
more precious development time to try to get past where I am.

As to doing the mirror site, that mess had bad links - even to some 
user in Toronto, as I recall - it made a complete mess for me.

Feeling angry and enraged and not ready to believe that I am stupid!!!
Vern

At 05:22 AM 11/1/2006, you wrote:

>I am trying to setup a 'mirror site' for downloading updates for WDSCi,
>following the instructions of Mark Phippard (see thread
>http://archive.midrange.com/wdsci-l/200602/msg00378.html for details).
>
>I have added some command line parameters to the java command, because I
>am behind a firewall. One of the commands now looks like this:
>
>java -cp startup.jar org.eclipse.core.launcher.Main -Dhttp.proxySet=true
>-Dhttp.proxyHost=proxy.lb.abbott.corp -Dhttp.proxyPort=80 -application
>org.eclipse.update.core.standaloneUpdate -command mirror -from
>http://www3.software.ibm.com/ibmdl/pub/software/rationalsdp/updater/60/update
>-to %drive%\%local% -mirrorURL %url%/site.xml
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Jeff Crosby | 1 Nov 14:56 2006

Re: Running updater from command line

It has crossed this sick, twisted mind that they're out to get us.

<tic>
It will become so difficult to upgrade that we will be requesting help here.
It will reach a level that WDSC developers can't continue to work on the
product due to the time spent here in support.  They will decide, "for our
best interests" that they must start charging for this support.  After all,
we are SO much more productive with this product it will be well worth it.
Additional IBM Services revenue here we come! 
</tic>

Seriously, does anyone else think the product is/will become so complex and
all-inclusive that no one will get the whole picture?  That it will become
"Windowized" in that we will be thrashing? (Meaning spending more time
keeping the product current and working than doing actual constructive work
for our business.)

Don't get me wrong.  I love WDSC and wouldn't go back to SEU unless I was
dragged kicking and screaming (see they have me already!).  But I really
share your frustration at times.

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Shane_Cessna | 1 Nov 15:05 2006

WDSC for Linux...

Hey IBM folks,

Any chance that there will be a WDSC version released for Linux desktop?

Shane
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Buck | 1 Nov 15:07 2006
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Re: WDSCI-L Digest, Vol 4, Issue 562

>> understand and use.  Now I have to do it in Java, I think.  I'm still 
>> poking through the documentation, which is extensive :-/
> 
> Well, now, this has got me thinking... Since IBM's ObjectReXX went 
> open-source, I wonder how easily it could be used in this area. I need 
> to get back into it now to see how it could be tied in perhaps with a 
> basic Java "wrapper".

I spent several lunch hours and some time after hours to try to get the 
JLpex Java language equivalent of my Code400 ReXX macro running and have 
not been successful.

Took a wicked wrong turn thinking it would be like Code (edit a source 
file, try it.)  Tried creating a standalone Java file but could not 
compile it.  Classpath, of course.  I'll be darned if I know what JAR 
files I should try to add to my classpath.  There's lpex.jar in 5 
directories, and jlpex13.jar in 4 more.

Then I went the Plug-in Development route (taking my own advice to use 
WDSC natively, and not like a Code400 emulator.)  Man is there a lot of 
stuff to do.  Needless to say, when it came time to test my creation, I 
started a new runtime workbench and could not for the life of me figure 
out how to get a command line to invoke my new command.  I edited a Java 
  file and when I tried an iSeries perspective, it wanted to create a 
new workspace.  So I did that, opened an iSeries member and got a 
command line!  Of course, the message says that my new class isn't found.

I haven't the time to devote to this right now.  Maybe when I'm on 
vacation I can try again, when I have a large block of time to devote to 
this.  From the perspective of a typical RPG programmer, this seems far 
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AGlauser | 1 Nov 15:06 2006

Re: Running updater from command line

Jeff Crosby wrote on 01/11/2006 08:56:14 AM:

> Seriously, does anyone else think the product is/will become so complex 
and
> all-inclusive that no one will get the whole picture?  That it will 
become
> "Windowized" in that we will be thrashing? (Meaning spending more time
> keeping the product current and working than doing actual constructive 
work
> for our business.)

I think the complexity is frustrating sometimes too.  It can be difficult 
just to figure out which version of a particular component you are using. 
I hope this will be ameliorated somewhat by the next release, which is 
supposed to be a 'componentized' install - ie, if all you do is RPG 
development, you only install Eclipse, RSE and forget about the rest.

As for update troubles, I haven't really had too much trouble with this. 
Rational Product Updater 'just works' as far as I am concerned.  We also 
managed to download the first fixpack for version 6 and update all of the 
developers without downloading for hours each time.  The only problem I've 
seen is that the 'updating workbench' portion of the RPU process takes 
*forever*.  I just do the updates overnight, or during a meeting, and then 
it doesn't waste time.

Adam

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AGlauser | 1 Nov 15:10 2006

Re: WDSC for Linux...

I would like to add my vote for a Linux version of the product as well.

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