• Subject: Re: Too Big for SEU!
  • From: DAsmussen@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 3 Oct 1997 18:27:27 -0400 (EDT)

Bill,

In a message dated 97-10-03 13:39:09 EDT, you write:

> Has anyone tried to edit PUR500B in V405?  It's quite entertaining
>  because it don't work.  The source member is too large for SEU. 
>  Apparently SEU has a limit of 34k lines and this one is too big.
>  
>  Has anyone run into any others?

Now THAT's suprising!  I thought this only occurred for the AS/Set versions
of BPCS.  How did SSA maintain it, with DBU?  Theoretically, you could copy
it out to a data file and back with CPYF for editing purposes.  Seems a bit
extreme though.

When we need to view the code for programs like this in V5/6, we bring up a
smaller program in SEU and use F15 to browse the code of the larger one.
 Browse doesn't have the 32K limit.  Using F6 to expand the browser to full
screen makes this pretty practical, and we never maintain AS/Set-generated
code outside of the tool.  Of course, this doesn't help YOUR situation --
sorry...

Regards!

Dean Asmussen
Enterprise Systems Consulting, Inc.
Fuquay-Varina, NC  USA
E-Mail:  DAsmussen@AOL.COM

"Beware of programmers bearing screwdrivers" -- Cross-Talk

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