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Hi Jon,

That's a great idea and it just so happens that I do not have that access.
I'll have to request it and see if that helps.

Thank you and I'll keep the thread posted when I hear back.

Jeremy

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From: MIDRANGE-L <midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Jon
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Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2022 5:00 PM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: ACS System Debugger doesn't want to work

It is possible you don't have enough authority to start the debug server.
To check this try issuing the command STRDBGSVR from the green screen.


Jon P

On Oct 12, 2022, at 3:43 PM, <jeremy.ruth@xxxxxxxxxxx>
<jeremy.ruth@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hello,



I have never used the ACS System Debugger before but saw it as a menu
option so naturally I was intrigued by a GUI debugger that could/would
replace STRDBG.



Info:

* ACS v1.1.8.8 Build ID: 1380
* I am not an iSeries guy, but sometimes I am tasked with
writing/debugging Stored Procs/Triggers/Functions
* I run ACS as Administrator



I have a 'Run SQL Scripts' query window open.

I select the 'System Debugger' option from the 'Run' menu.

This brings up the Sign On window. I sign on.

System Debugger window is now displayed.

* Almost everything (toolbar options, menu options) on this UI is
disabled, excepts for the 'Start Debug' command

* Selecting 'Start Debug' does nothing

* In status pane at bottom of window, I have the following three
messages:

1. Attempting connection to <system name> (IP address)
2. Communications error with <system name>
3. Attempting to start debug server on <system name> .



I don't see anything of relevance in the joblog, that I can tell.



Is there something that must be configured on the i in order for this
to work?

The 'Communications error with <system name>' in the lower pane is
confusing. Is the 3rd message in the pane a result of the 2nd message?



Communications seems fine as I can run queries, I can start and use
5250 emulation, I can peruse the system via iNavigator, etc.



Thanks,

Jeremy

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