MichaelQuigley | 1 Sep 04:30 2009

Re: WDSC iSeries Search - was WDSCI-L Digest, Vol 7, Issue 245

Bill,

I reported a bug several releases back that the search doesn't look at 
PF38-SRC files--only PF-SRC.  I was told it would be fixed in a future 
release.  As of WDSCi 7.0, it is not.  Could this be why you're not seeing 
it search CL or DDS source?

Michael

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> One thing I would in using CTL-H search I used a Q*SRC, *LIBL, all 
members 
> and it did not search all of our source files only RPG and TXT and a 
> couple of others we don't have program source in. It never looked in CL 
or 
> DDS source, even though I expected it would. That could be why the CTL-H 

> search is faster then the filter search, they don't look at the same 
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Schmidt, Mihael | 1 Sep 08:51 2009
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Re: justifying RDi when WDSCi 'still works'

There is no printer icon in RDi 7.5 (at least not in my installation).
Also no option to print in the context menu. File -> Print is disabled.
So no possibility to print the search result. 

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I had a trial of RDi 7.1.  You could print from the search.  I'm sure
they 
haven't removed that in RDi 7.5.  If I recall correctly, there was a
small 
printer icon in the search view.

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blayman | 1 Sep 13:24 2009

Re: WDSC iSeries Search - was WDSCI-L Digest, Vol 7, Issue 245

Michael,
        That is it. I would have never thought of that. If I do a filter 
search it does look in all the src files if I do a CTL-H search it does 
not. You would think they would be the same search.  Thanks Bill

Bill 

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Bill,

I reported a bug several releases back that the search doesn't look at 
PF38-SRC files--only PF-SRC.  I was told it would be fixed in a future 
release.  As of WDSCi 7.0, it is not.  Could this be why you're not seeing 

it search CL or DDS source?

Michael

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Luke Gerhardt | 1 Sep 13:48 2009
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Re: WDSC iSeries Search - was WDSCI-L Digest, Vol, 7, Issue 245

I'm on WDSCi 7 and I've experienced drastic differences in the two 
searches as well.  It's as if the one method uses a FNDSTRPDM on *each* 
file individually while the other runs it over the whole library.  I 
could tell because it was logging each source file separately as it 
searched them, while the faster one only showed the log and results at 
the end of the search.  Maybe one search method is an Eclipse thing 
while the other is specific to RSE?

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Larry Ducie | 1 Sep 13:58 2009
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Re: justifying RDi when WDSCi 'still works'


Hi Guys,

I've been following this thread with continued interest. In our shop we have moved from WDSCi 7.0 to RDi 7.5.
RDi 7.5 is the preferred IDE where we work, and we are moving all of our developers over.

We are on V5R4 and will move to 6.1, but not quite yet.

 For us SEU is simply not an option for the future. We are committed to the eclipse-based IDE and RDi 7.5 is the
latest and greatest.

Many of our developers work with Java/JSP/XML/JavaScript/HTML/etc and they work in eclipse. They use
eclipse 3.4 (ganymede) for all that work. In there they have MyLyn, subclipse, JIRA, and many other
plugins. Most can't work on eclipse versions older than 3.3. some are new to 3.4.

The look and feel of eclipse 3.4 is MUCH better than earlier eclipse versions. The way full-screen mode
works (with the ability to have all your hidden views as icons at the edges, and the way they slide in and out
when needed), the performance enhancements, and the workbench stability fixes are worth the migration alone.

We allowed our developers to move from eclipse 3.3 to 3.4 for all their non-native IBM i work to take
advantage of those benefits. Why would we NOT move from WDSCi (eclipse 3.2) to RDi 7.5 (eclipse 3.4) for our
native IBM i work (ILE RPG, CL, etc)? Along with the performance benefits provided by the eclipse upgrade
are heaps of performance gains provided by the work done by IBM/Rational. 

Frankly, it costs us in productivity to NOT upgrade. RDi is MUCH MUCH faster than WDSCi. It is in another
league. We can now actually benefit from the outline view - in some cases when we click the refresh button it
refreshes sub-second. :-) With the now usable outline view comes a functioning and well-behaved content
assist. We are gaining major benefits from these tools.

Regarding the searching functionality, Joe is right on the money - the Search -> IBM i tool is unbelievably
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Vern Hamberg | 1 Sep 15:24 2009
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Re: WDSC iSeries Search - was WDSCI-L Digest, Vol 7, Issue 245

There are several ways to run searches in PDM - from WRKOBJPDM it does 
the entire file - from WRKMBRPDM it does individual members. Now perhaps 
the search over an entire file ENDS UP doing individual members - not 
sure about that. And I've not tried a search over a library in 
WRKLIBPDM, to my best recollection.

Now maybe - guessing here - this is how these work differently from the 
client, too - one could always check the job log of the QZRCSRVS or 
whatever job for the client and see what it is trying to do.

Vern

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> Michael,
>         That is it. I would have never thought of that. If I do a filter 
> search it does look in all the src files if I do a CTL-H search it does 
> not. You would think they would be the same search.  Thanks Bill
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Bryce Martin | 1 Sep 20:01 2009

Can't save member.

I was working on a source member before lunch, and got distracted from a 
phone call and didn't save before I minimized my WDSC 7.0.  Now I maximize 
it after lunch, see that I need to save my member and try to save it.  I 
got an error from Eclipse.  I can't remember exactly but it was something 
to the effect that my save failed.

So I have the little asterik next to my source name and when I hit the 
save button nothing happens.  Anybody experience this before?  Is there a 
fix?  Or do I have to create a new member, save to that and then come back 
and replace the old member with the new one after restarting WDSC?

Thanks
Bryce Martin
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Tommy.Holden | 1 Sep 20:15 2009

Re: Can't save member.

just restart WDSC and open the member again and it will prompt you to open 
the local version (which is what you want) or replace it with the remote 
version.  open the local version and then save.

Thanks,
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I was working on a source member before lunch, and got distracted from a 
phone call and didn't save before I minimized my WDSC 7.0.  Now I maximize 

it after lunch, see that I need to save my member and try to save it.  I 
got an error from Eclipse.  I can't remember exactly but it was something 
to the effect that my save failed.

So I have the little asterik next to my source name and when I hit the 
save button nothing happens.  Anybody experience this before?  Is there a 
fix?  Or do I have to create a new member, save to that and then come back 

and replace the old member with the new one after restarting WDSC?
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Bryce Martin | 1 Sep 20:39 2009

Re: Can't save member.

Yeah, rememberd that after I sent the email.  I'm a little gun shy on that 
though.  I did that one time and it gave me a blank member... nothing like 
a little mulligan now and then.

I'm back in action now.

Thanks
Bryce Martin
Programmer/Analyst I
570-546-4777

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just restart WDSC and open the member again and it will prompt you to open 

the local version (which is what you want) or replace it with the remote 
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