Hi Rogers,

Also a relative newbie or part time iSeries admin.

Once on the Programming Development Manager screen select the "3. Work
with Members".

Then the File, Library and member information and that will take you the
"Work with Members Using PDM" screen which gives you the Edit, Copy
Display...Compile...etc" options.

To short cut the process just enter wkrmbrpdm on the command line from the
MAIN menu and that will take you directly to the "Work with Members Using
PDM" screen.

Good luck.

Paul

2009/8/19 Laine, Rogers <rlaine@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Being a newbie to the Power System I'm trying to complie a RPG program
and the instructions say it can

compiled directly with PDM option 14, no prompting necessary.

I go to the MAIN and select option 5 Programming which takes me to
option 2 Programming Development Manager, but not option 14.

Where can I find this PDM option 14 or maybe a better way to do this?


Please help me before I go crazy. :)

Rogers


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