Any advice on how to debug a Java method called fram an RPG programme wouldbe
apreciated
Thanks in advance

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Today's Topics:

1. How to debug RPG pgm called from Java on a PC (Steve Moland)
2. Re: How to debug RPG pgm called from Java on a PC (Bruce Jin)
3. RE: How to debug RPG pgm called from Java on a PC (albartell)
4. Re: How to debug RPG pgm called from Java on a PC (David Gibbs)
5. PCML structures based on database files? (David Gibbs)
6. RE: PCML structures based on database files? (albartell)
7. Re: PCML structures based on database files?
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8. Re: How to debug RPG pgm called from Java on a PC (Steve Moland)
9. Re: PCML structures based on database files? (David Gibbs)


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message: 1
date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007 12:50:27 -0400
from: "Steve Moland" <steve@xxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: How to debug RPG pgm called from Java on a PC

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.

Steve Moland
Access Paths Inc
12 Parmenter Rd Unit C4
Londonderry NH 03053
603 845-0190 Ext 2
603 315-0340 Cell
steve@xxxxxxxxxxx





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message: 2
date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007 12:31:24 -0500
from: Bruce Jin <brucej@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: How to debug RPG pgm called from Java on a PC

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.

Steve Moland
Access Paths Inc
12 Parmenter Rd Unit C4
Londonderry NH 03053
603 845-0190 Ext 2
603 315-0340 Cell
steve@xxxxxxxxxxx







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message: 3
date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007 12:31:30 -0500
from: "albartell" <albartell@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: RE: How to debug RPG pgm called from Java on a PC

This is where SEP's (Service Entry Points) are golden. Using WDSC you can
right click on a *PGM or *SRVPGM object in a library and select to set a SEP.
This will then bring up the WDSC debugger when that program is run for the
profile specified (by default it is set to your profile).

Check out this video tutorial I created showing how to debug an RPG web service
using WDSC's SEP. It is similar to what you will need to do:
http://rpg-xml.com/video/RXS_WDSC_WEBSRV_DEBUG_SEP/RXS_WDSC_WEBSRV_DEBUG_SEP
.html

HTH,
Aaron Bartell
http://mowyourlawn.com

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Subject: How to debug RPG pgm called from Java on a PC

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.

Steve Moland
Access Paths Inc
12 Parmenter Rd Unit C4
Londonderry NH 03053
603 845-0190 Ext 2
603 315-0340 Cell
steve@xxxxxxxxxxx



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message: 4
date: Thu, 28 Jun 2007 12:35:54 -0500
from: David Gibbs <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: How to debug RPG pgm called from Java on a PC

Steve Moland wrote:
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.

Service entry point debug?

SEP debugging has become my favorite feature of late.

david


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