We have just started using ILE for a few programs and I am obviously doing
something wrong in the compile of a SQLCBLLE program. I am using CRTSQLCBLI
to compile it. It compiles ok but the debugger does not show any of the
contents of copybooks. I thought maybe the DBGVIEW(*SOURCE) would do that
but obviously not. Has anyone found a way of making the copy member visible
in the debugger?
A second question regarding ILE compiles is the message I keep getting:
1544 MSGID: LNC0939 SEVERITY: 0 SEQNBR: 193149
Message . . . . : Copy member 'CCPARESPY' not found in default
file QCBLLESRC, about to check source file QLBLSRC.
We don't have a QCBLLESRC, only QLBLSRC. Is there a way of forcing the
compiler to only look in QLBLSRC?
Thanks for your help,
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