Oh yes, I remember that now.. Blush. I've used it plenty and recently too, just forgot what to call it (i think..)

--alan

Vern Hamberg wrote:
Service entry point is not the same as the program entry point - the latter is only in programs. The former can be set on any executable statement.

I think!
Vern

steelville wrote:
David,

Maybe I'm missing something, because I'm not real familiar with WebSphere yet, though I'm using it, but service programs don't have an entry point do they?

Are you using STRDBG on an actual program that uses the service program? I've never tried to debug procedures in a service program except where the STRDBG was on an actual program.

--Alan


David Gibbs wrote:
Folks:

This is being cross-posted to WDSCI-L and MIDRANGE-L, as I'm not 100% sure it's directly related to RDI.

I'm encountering a problem trying to setup a service entry point debug on a service program with multiple modules.

I've tried debugging the service program using *ALL modules and *ALL procedures ... and SOME of the procedures will hit a debug breakpoint, but others wont.

When I try to set a break point on a specific procedure in a specific module, I get the following error in RDI 7.5:

DBGB0020E: Cannot set service entry point for service program <srvpgm>, module <mod>, procedure <proc>

Similarly, if I try to set a breakpoint on *ALL procedures in a single module, I get this error: DBGB0018E Cannot set service entry point for service program <srvpgm>, module <mod>

I've tried doing a STRSRVJOB / STRDBG on the job & service program (very hard to catch it, as it's being invoked from Java), but the breakpoint never hits.

Another (possible) factor ... this service program has been moved from one system to another (via SAVOBJ to a save file and FTP) ... the service program SEEMS to debug fine on the system it was compiled on ... but not on the other system. Both systems are V5R4.

Any thoughts?

david



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