Tom, Sorry, I omitted a step -- DSPMODSRC. I can run: STRDBG DSPMODSRC F14 - add program with option 1. I cannot run: STRDBG PGM(mylib/mypgm) These two sets of steps are functionally equivalent. I end up in a debug session for the program. Thanks, David Morris >>> email@example.com 03/15/02 18:23 PM >>> David: On Fri, 15 March 2002, "David Morris" wrote: > Thanks for responding. I do have a workaround, > which is to press F14 and add the program after > running a simple STRDBG. I do have all of the > rights to the program, source, and library that the > manual says are required via my effective group. Can you clarify "...press F14 and add the program after running a simple STRDBG"? What is a "simple STRDBG"? I.e., if I do a simple STRDBG, I have no display that I can press <F14> against. I.e., I have to actually STRDBG against some program in order to reach a display where <F14> is available. Now, at least one implication of that is that there's a second program involved in the job stack. And naturally there _could_ even be a bug in debug! :-) Tom Liotta
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