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Re: debugging



fixed

BTW, when using STRDBG to debug OPM programs which have been compiled with OPTION(SRCDBG) or OPTION(*LSTDBG), you must also specify OPMSRC(*YES) on the STRDBG command:

STRDBG PGM(OPMPGM) OPMSRC(*YES)

;-)



"Steve Landess" wrote in message news:mailman.400.1400624442.31233.midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx...

STRDBG is the ILE debugger. STRISDB is the OPM debugger.

If the report writer is vendor code, you most likely cannot debug it with
either debugger, since the template has probably been removed from the code.

If the report writer is home-grown code written in OPM RPG, you can use
STRDBG to debug it, *IF* you have compiled (or recompiled) the programs with
OPTION(*SRCDBG) or OPTION(*LSTDBG).

Steps for debugging with the green-screen ILE debugger:

1) STRDBG PGM(YOURPGM)

2) Once the Display Module Source screen is displayed, press F14 to go to
the Work with Module List screen to add additional programs to the debug
session. Using option #5 on the Work with Module List allows you to switch
between programs for setting break points.

3) Position the cursor on the line(s) of code and press F6 from the Display
Module Source screen to set break point(s) in the programs

3) press F3 or F12 to exit the Display Module Source screen.

4) Then, from the same interactive session, run the report writer to debug
the code.

-sjl


"Hoteltravelfundotcom" wrote in message
news:mailman.332.1400534082.31233.midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx...

I have not debugged in long time.
If I am running an option from a report writer menu tool, I want to debug
one of many programs
in this job all interactive.Do i use strdbg and then add dbg for each line
i want to see?
is there other ways of debugging?





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