One warning I will throw out is that you are on a version of BPCS that is
all AS/SET source code.  This adds some complexity to using x-ref tools like
Hawkeye's Pathfinder because they seem to expect RPG source code.  We didn't
want to generate RPG from all of our AS/SET code, so we use Pathfinder for
our custom code and non-BPCS packages.  For straight BPCS x-ref info we use
the Access database x-ref that you can download from SSA.  I'm not sure at
what version they started creating those x-refs.  We are on 8.2.  This
problem should go away with LX, since everything will be back in RPG (except
for what's in Java.  What will we do then? :)


-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Wilkins [mailto:dwilkins@xxxxxxx] 
Sent: Thursday, December 01, 2005 7:34 AM
To: bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [BPCS-L] X-Ref software for BPCS

We are looking to purchase a x-ref for the files/programs on AS400 and we
run BPCS 6.0.1. Is there any suggestions as to which packages work better in
a BPCS environment? Pathfinder, Abstract, etc...






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