• Subject: Re: Where are the ICG parms of an Externally Described Printer File ?
  • From: Buck Calabro/commsoft<mcalabro@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 6 Jan 1999 12:00:22 -0500

Jorge's problem (IGC specified as a default?) brings up an interesting 
point: very often, people trying to debug a problem will look at the source 
code to try to work out what is happening, but the object description is 
often more relevant.  For instance, the source code won't show you ICF 
device entries, or RPG400's IGNDECERR or PF SIZE(*NOMAX) or PRTF 
DEVTYPE(*IPDS).  My New Year's resolution is to try harder to look at the 
object description FIRST, then look at the source code...

Buck Calabro
CommSoft, Albany, NY
mailto:mcalabro@commsoft.net
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