mailman | 1 Jan 13:30 2010

Guidelines for WDSCI-L mailing list

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Nancy McMahon - Corporate | 4 Jan 23:05 2010

Re: Turnover and LPEX Editor

In Preferences > Turnover There is a box for Default source editor.
Edit LPEX should be one of your choices.

-----Original Message-----
From: wdsci-l-bounces@... [mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@...]
On Behalf Of Jeff Young
Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 3:37 PM
To: Websphere Development Studio Client for iSeries
Subject: [WDSCI-L] Turnover and LPEX Editor

Hi all you experts!
Using WDSc or RDi with Turnover product, is there a way to have Turnover
use the LPEX editor?

Thanks,

Jeff Young 
Sr. Programmer Analyst
IBM -e(logo) server Certified Systems Exper - iSeries Technical
Solutions V5R2 
IBM  Certified Specialist- e(logo) server i5Series Technical Solutions
Designer V5R3
IBM  Certified Specialist- e(logo)server i5Series Technical Solutions
Implementer V5R3 
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Jeff Young | 4 Jan 22:37 2010
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Turnover and LPEX Editor

Hi all you experts!
Using WDSc or RDi with Turnover product, is there a way to have Turnover use the LPEX editor?

Thanks,

Jeff Young 
Sr. Programmer Analyst
IBM -e(logo) server Certified Systems Exper - iSeries Technical Solutions V5R2 
IBM  Certified Specialist- e(logo) server i5Series Technical Solutions Designer V5R3
IBM  Certified Specialist- e(logo)server i5Series Technical Solutions Implementer V5R3 
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Smith, George | 4 Jan 23:00 2010

Re: Turnover and LPEX Editor

Jeff

I am not necessarily an expert but I use WDSc with Turnover all the time
and use the LPEX Editor. I just double click on the worklist entry for
the program checked out to the development source. Of course it the
source is in training or production I right click and manually select
Browse Source and select LPEX Editor. The technical support people at
Turnover have helped me a lot with setup and understanding the use of
Turnover and WDSc.

George Smith
Sr. Pgmr/Analyst
Walco International, Inc.

-----Original Message-----
From: wdsci-l-bounces@... [mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@...]
On Behalf Of Jeff Young
Sent: Monday, January 04, 2010 3:37 PM
To: Websphere Development Studio Client for iSeries
Subject: [WDSCI-L] Turnover and LPEX Editor

Hi all you experts!
Using WDSc or RDi with Turnover product, is there a way to have Turnover
use the LPEX editor?

Thanks,

Jeff Young
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Jeff Crosby | 5 Jan 19:01 2010

No error list on compiles

All,

Starting yesterday, when I compile in WDSC, I get no error list.

- I haven't made any settings changes that I am conscious of.
- If there are no errors, the program _does_ compile.
- Verifies work - I get an error list.
- I can open/edit/save all I want without issue, so RSE can definitely see
the System i.
- I do _not_ compile in batch.
- I clicked the little triangle thingie in the upper right and looked at
Show Severity.  Every error level is checked to show.
- The compile command _does_ have OPTION(*EVENTF) in it.
- The Commands Log shows nothing unusual that I can see.
- I have not changed my password recently.

Any suggestions on what else to look at?

Thanks.

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VP Information Systems
UniPro FoodService/Dilgard
P.O. Box 13369
Ft. Wayne, IN 46868-3369
260-422-7531
www.dilgardfoods.com

The opinions expressed are my own and not necessarily the opinion of my
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Mark Walter | 5 Jan 19:33 2010

Error on Compile

I'm getting this error when trying to compile:

Events file DTGMOD030/EVFEVENT(WMTRGOHP) on my_connection could not be processed.

I assumed that someone else in the organization is using the same EVFEVENT file, so I changed the connection
properties to use a different library as the current library. I thought that's where the EVFEVENT file was
created. I closed WDSC and reopened it. I was able to compile 10 or 12 source members, now I'm getting this
again. Any ideas?

BTW, this is version 7.1.0..

Thanks,

Mark

Mark Walter
Business to Business Data Integration Specialist
Certified IBM System i Specialist
Paragon Consulting Services, Inc
mwalter@...
717-764-7909 ext. 126

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Mark Walter | 5 Jan 19:42 2010

Re: Error on Compile

Stumbled across the problem..

If you try to compile a source member that's SQLRPGLE, that has no SQL, it bombs. I changed the source type
(Program used to have SQL) and voila....

Mark Walter
Business to Business Data Integration Specialist
Certified IBM System i Specialist
Paragon Consulting Services, Inc
mwalter@...
717-764-7909 ext. 126

-----Original Message-----
From: wdsci-l-bounces@...
[mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Mark Walter
Sent: Tuesday, January 05, 2010 1:34 PM
To: Rational Developer for IBM i / Websphere Development Studio Client for System i & iSeries
Subject: [WDSCI-L] Error on Compile

I'm getting this error when trying to compile:

Events file DTGMOD030/EVFEVENT(WMTRGOHP) on my_connection could not be processed.

I assumed that someone else in the organization is using the same EVFEVENT file, so I changed the connection
properties to use a different library as the current library. I thought that's where the EVFEVENT file was
created. I closed WDSC and reopened it. I was able to compile 10 or 12 source members, now I'm getting this
again. Any ideas?

BTW, this is version 7.1.0..

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Jeff Crosby | 5 Jan 22:04 2010

Re: No error list on compiles

I rebooted my PC, now I'm getting error lists again.

Since it's Windows, I guess I should have known . . .

On Tue, Jan 5, 2010 at 1:01 PM, Jeff Crosby <jlcrosby@...>wrote:

> All,
>
> Starting yesterday, when I compile in WDSC, I get no error list.
>
> - I haven't made any settings changes that I am conscious of.
> - If there are no errors, the program _does_ compile.
> - Verifies work - I get an error list.
> - I can open/edit/save all I want without issue, so RSE can definitely see
> the System i.
> - I do _not_ compile in batch.
> - I clicked the little triangle thingie in the upper right and looked at
> Show Severity.  Every error level is checked to show.
> - The compile command _does_ have OPTION(*EVENTF) in it.
> - The Commands Log shows nothing unusual that I can see.
> - I have not changed my password recently.
>
> Any suggestions on what else to look at?
>
> Thanks.
>
> --
> Jeff Crosby
> VP Information Systems
> UniPro FoodService/Dilgard
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Jeff Young | 6 Jan 16:32 2010
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Is there an easy way to find the ELSE for an IF group in the LPEX editor?

I am using the latest version of RDi, and before that had been using WDSc since it first came out.
I really like the C-S-M method for finding the start and end of control groups, but there are times that I need
to find the ELSE for a given IF statement.  There may be other IF/ENDIF groups between the first IF and the ELSE.
Is there any easy way to find the associated ELSE other than using the INDENT function and trying to follow
the lines on the side?

Thanks,

Jeff Young 
Sr. Programmer Analyst
IBM -e(logo) server Certified Systems Exper - iSeries Technical Solutions V5R2 
IBM  Certified Specialist- e(logo) server i5Series Technical Solutions Designer V5R3
IBM  Certified Specialist- e(logo)server i5Series Technical Solutions Implementer V5R3 
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DeLong, Eric | 6 Jan 16:49 2010

Re: Is there an easy way to find the ELSE for an IF group inthe LPEX editor?

Does Ctl+Shift+O help with the nested control issue?  As I recall, the
control block outline feature does not highlight the else statement.  

I don't know if there are any shortcut keys to access "filter view" >
Control, but you can right-click to access this feature.  Once you find
the "else" you want, select that line and press Ctl+W to show all source
again.

Hth,
-Eric DeLong

-----Original Message-----
From: wdsci-l-bounces@... [mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@...]
On Behalf Of Jeff Young
Sent: Wednesday, January 06, 2010 9:32 AM
To: Websphere Development Studio Client for iSeries
Subject: [WDSCI-L] Is there an easy way to find the ELSE for an IF group
inthe LPEX editor?

I am using the latest version of RDi, and before that had been using
WDSc since it first came out.
I really like the C-S-M method for finding the start and end of control
groups, but there are times that I need to find the ELSE for a given IF
statement.  There may be other IF/ENDIF groups between the first IF and
the ELSE.
Is there any easy way to find the associated ELSE other than using the
INDENT function and trying to follow the lines on the side?

Thanks,

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