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Re: Best Practice - Compiling SQLRPGLE w/Errors



fixed

Michael, you may want to try the Verify process that Peter mentioned. It's a
bit cumbersome (verify, then compile), but it works.

On 11/10/06, Michael Rosinger <mrosinger@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Michael,

We are new to iSeries and I am just getting up to speed in WDSC. We will
be
migrating COBOL/DB2 programs from VSE to iSeries. The problem you
described
was one of the first I encountered and I consider it very serious. The IBM
resource that has been assisting us suggested a circumvention, but that
too
has its set of problems.

For the interim, the safest and least frustrating way that I've found is
to
open the spooled output from the compile that failed in a separate editor
window and swap between it and the source window while fixing the errors.

The good news is that this problem is getting more attention from
development and I am expecting a fix very soon.

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Regards,

Michael Rosinger
Systems Programmer / DBA
Computer Credit, Inc.
640 West Fourth Street
Winston-Salem, NC  27101
336-761-1524
m rosinger at cciws dot com
"Michael Ryan" <michaelrtr@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
news:mailman.1066.1163164652.8229.wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> What's the best practice for fixing SQLRPGLE compile errors in WDSc?
> AFAIK,
> the problem of double clicking the compile error and WDSc bringing up an
> RPGLE member still exists. What's the best way to deal with this? Just
> deal
> with it? :) Use a combination of green screen compiles and WDSc editing?


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