Dear Loyd:

Why do you feel you need both compiler sets (OPM and ILE)? You could run any RPG/400 source through the CVTRPGSRC command for programs you need to customize, and compile them with CRTBNDRPG with ACTGRP(*DFTACTGRP) -- aka. "OPM compatibility mode" ... since they will run in the default activation group, they should behave the same as their original RPG/400 counterparts (except of course, any custom modifications, which is the whole point of this exercise, right?).

Or am I "missing" something?

Mark S. Waterbury

> lgoodbar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Congrats! Do you run any vendor software that you need to customize or
recompile? Our vendor-supplied ERP is Synon generated RPG, but we do a
lot of in house development in ILE. V6R1 will hurt us on requiring both
compiler sets, as we do customize the vendor's package.

Loyd Goodbar
Senior programmer/analyst
BorgWarner
TS Water Valley
662-473-5713

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