STRDBG, then use command sbreak to set service entry point break point.

Read sbreak help from STRDBG command line for complete details:

sbreak >>--:--sbreak-->position--:---------------------:--><
:----user-->userid----:

On 6/28/07, Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen <thunderaxiom@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Bruce Jin skrev den 28-06-2007 19:31:
> Look for PJ job QZDASOINIT in QUSRWRK or QSERVER subsystems. The job is
> gone when the connection is closed. Could you post here if you can
> debug your RPG this way? Thanks
>
> Steve Moland wrote:
>
>> I using the follow code snippet to call an RPG program on an AS400
>>
>> ProgramCall pgm = new
>> ProgramCall(sys,"/QSYS.LIB/TRSYS200T.LIB/RTVIPPRINT.PGM",parmList);
>> if (pgm.run() != true) {
>> AS400Message[] messageList = pgm.getMessageList();
>> }else{
>>
>> The RPG program fails and I need to see why. The problem is I don't
know
>> which server job to try to put on hold so I can start a batch debug.
The RPG
>> program runs for less than a second when it works.
>>

I explicitly set inquery messages to be default replies to always have
my backend calls come back, perhaps you could explicitly set your
inquery messages
to ask (as they are then waiting for the reply)?

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