Mike wrote:
What everyone seems to be missing is that iSeries Navigator is the
operations tool, not WDSc. I agree that I use PDM a lot for that, but
honestly, between WDSc and Ops Nav, I can get most things done that I need
to get done.
Not only that, but if IBM bundles one seat of ADTS with the system, I think most operator issues will go away. If you have more than one operator on your machine at any given time, then yes, you would need to buy an additional seat. Or use Ops Nav, or a third-party tool.

The question is how many people find PDM indispensible for their day-to-day programming needs, because of a specific lack in RSE. If you do, now is the time to speak up because you need to get that on the table with the developers. I'd be more than happy to build a list of specific issues and bring it to the powers that be.


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