It's a bug. I don't know if there's a PTF but it's worth searching for. You may find it in the archives because it's been discussed before.


On Wed, 12 Mar 2003 17:58:40 -0600, Doc <Doc6502@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hey All

I've got an ILE RPG program that calls service program. The service program is composed of one module, written in ILE C.

I compile the C module with the usual CRTCMOD DBGVIEW(*ALL), and then do the CRTSRVPGM command. All's fine.

I compile the RPGLE program with CRTRPGMOD DBGVIEW(*ALL), and then do a CRTPGM command, binding to the service program. All's fine.

I start the debugger on the RPG program, and set a breakpoint where I want to call the C function. All's fine.

I call the RPGLE program. The breakpoint trips, and I see the RPGLE program displayed. I press F22 to drill into the service program, and the debugger tells me source is unavailable.

How does THAT happen? The ILE C module information in DSPSRVPGM shows DBGVIEW(*ALL).

Any ideas?




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