Hello Kelly,

If you are using Implementer, you may not be aware that Implementer has an
RDi plug-in (included with the Implementer license) that offers most of the
developer functionality found on the green-screen. You can find more
information on the plug-in in the Implementer User Guide. (All of the
Implementer manuals for your installed version can be found on the IFS in
folder *\Implementer\<product library name>\docs*.

(Please note that I am rarely checking my midrange.com emails anymore. If
you have any Implementer questions, please open a technical support case at
support.ptc.com for the fastest response.)

Dan Bale

On Wed, Aug 10, 2022 at 10:01 AM Kelly Cookson via COBOL400-L <
cobol400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

At the 2022 POWERUp conference, moving to modern code editors was strongly
emphasized. There are definitely productivity gains to be had by using a
modern code editor. Modern code editors will also be where new features and
new functionality will show up. I personally find it advantageous to have
one editor satisfy virtually all of my code editing needs (e.g., HTML, CSS,
JavaScript, JSON, SQL, XML, IBMi COBOL, IBMi CL, IBMi SQL PL, .NET C#,
React/JSX).

I actually use a mix of technologies. I use RDi for editing source
code--though I'm trying to switch to VS Code. I am required to use green
screens for our IBMi version control system. I use PDM to copy source
members to other libraries and to compile programs that are not in our
version control system. I sometimes use the ACS System Debugger, and I
sometimes use the green screen debugger, whichever seems more convenient at
the moment. But I don't use SEU at all anymore.

Thanks,

Kelly Cookson
Senior Software Engineer II
Dot Foods, Inc.
1-217-773-4486 ext. 12676
www.dotfoods.com


-----Original Message-----
From: COBOL400-L <cobol400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of
Roman Miklos
Sent: Wednesday, August 10, 2022 8:48 AM
To: COBOL Programming on the IBM i (AS/400 and iSeries) <
cobol400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: [COBOL400-L] Liam Alan on using VS Code for COBOL
(and RPG and CL)

Hello,
Sorry, but i don't understand what this claim means:
"Cos you _really_ need to put SEU in your past!"
Why we need to put SEU in our past? Should this mean, that SEU stops work
with the next release of IBM i OS ?

Kindly Regards
Roman

On Tue, Aug 9, 2022 at 10:58 PM Jon Paris <jon.paris@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Those of you who are still stuck with SEU due the price of RDi might
be interested in seeing what Liam's IBM i extension can do for you.
Cos you _really_ need to put SEU in your past!

Check it out here:
https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://twitter.com/code/status/1557089255
335333894?s=21&t=RmvMSdpcLerRP3FIPMgD_Q__;!!BZnD2a2Aqg!G2vzQu1MoeleIEz
vSKMvKVVUpVCF_9uYoKzzFRPxi4gD4ghUOk8uPgnqtZV1I4NKmxSHYE2h0JZETAOTxIKDO
8o$
<
https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://twitter.com/code/status/1557089255
335333894?s=21&t=RmvMSdpcLerRP3FIPMgD_Q__;!!BZnD2a2Aqg!G2vzQu1MoeleIEz
vSKMvKVVUpVCF_9uYoKzzFRPxi4gD4ghUOk8uPgnqtZV1I4NKmxSHYE2h0JZETAOTxIKDO
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