Using one X-ref package or the other...... They will all have to cope with AS/SET renaming fields and creating piles of internal work variables. Please let me know if any of the X-ref packages does this without intervention. And remember BPCS LX is NOT "everything back in RPG"!! The base source code is still the one generated from AS/SET - and then SSA put BMRs in the generated RPG-code manually! Poor souls!! Some of us are so old we can remember when SSA "lost" the AS/SET source for ORD570 and we had to put client modifications into the code generated..........:-( Cheers Bent Nielsen -----Original Message----- message: 1 date: Mon, 5 Dec 2005 16:36:23 -0500 from: Debra Ivey <divey@xxxxxxxxxxx> subject: RE: [BPCS-L] X-Ref software for BPCS 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? :) Debbie ========================================================================This email, its content and any files transmitted with it are intended solely for the addressee(s) and may be legally privileged and/or confidential. Access by any other party is unauthorised without the express written permission of the sender. If you have received this email in error you may not copy or use the contents, attachments or information in any way. Please delete it and contact the GET Business Systems Department via the email address mis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Internet communications are not secure unless protected using strong cryptography. This email has been prepared using information believed by the author to be reliable and accurate, but GET PLC makes no warranty as to accuracy or completeness. In particular does not accept responsibility for changes made to this email after it was sent. ========================================================================
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