Mike and Joe,

I'm a newbie to EGL and Eclipse and also following Joe's tutorial (thanks Joe !!). I'm at the same page as Mike on fig 7.

I hooked into to a DB2 connection on my IBM-I. When I created the record, the list of files was built as expected and I was able to select what I need and get through that part unhindered. Then I tried adding a library, it created the code, but then I get a bunch of errors. The base error appear to be that I don't have a server.. Does this error indicate that I need to set it up as an http server on my IBM-i?


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From: egl-i-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:egl-i-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Smith, Mike
Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2012 11:07 AM
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Subject: [EGL-i] EDT article by Joe Pluta

Ok, I'm working through the tutorial from http://www.ibmsystemsmag.com/ibmi/developer/general/egl_developement_tooling

I have a couple of issues

On page 3 figure 7 I'm trying to create the library(could you give a simple explanation of library,record, service) package server; import common.*; // basic library library CustomerLib

// Use Declarations
//use usePartReference;

// Constant Declarations
const constantName string = "literalString";

// Variable Declarations
variableName string;

// Function Declarations
function getCustomer(custnumber decimal(7,0) in) returns(CUSMAS)
RGT SQLDataSource?{@resource {}};
CUSMAS CUSMAS{ CUSTNO = custnumber};
get CUSMAS from RGT;

return (CUSMAS);


on the 'get CUSMAS from RGT;' statement it tells me "No such method"

So I moved on, hoping I would get that cleared up and started working on the RUI Handler.
I can't tell from the images, how I add the variable CUSMAS and when I bring up the designer, I don't see a CUSMAS to drag on to the designer.

That's it for now.

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