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Greetings!

I have had CL prompting fail several times from the Code/400 editor.  I am
using a 5250 emulation session (PCOMM V5.6 build 20020814)  and a STRCODE
server session.  I initiate the edit of a CLLE source member from WRKOBJPDM
with the following command:

/* Evoke Code/400 in Edit Mode */ CALL PGM(QDEVTOOLS/EVFCFDBK) PARM('37'
'Y' 'JIM' '<LOCAL> CODEEDIT "<>&L/&F(&N)"')

The editor presents the source to me as normal.  When I prompt a CL command
the editor uses the 5250 screen, but I don't see the prompt
information.  The 5250 session hangs, and I never see that server session
again (until I reboot).  I have to kill the Communication Daemon, All 5250
jobs, the interactive session on the AS/400 (excuse me - iSeries 400), hold
my nose, and give a pint of blood.

iSeries - V5R2 - Latest CUMM Package
WDSc Code editor V4: I have loaded a service pack, I believe it is the
latest (I used to know how to get the SP Info, but I've slept since then!)
 Win2K Service pack 3 with up-to-date security fixes and drivers

This problem seems to happen every time I try and prompt, and I have not
tried since the last time it failed.  (Trying to get this email out before
other priorities push it out of what's left of my mind)

Is this happening to others??  Do I get to debug a new problem???  As a
side issue, the Communication Daemon will still not end when asked about 50
% of the time.  I say quit(exit?) and it goes away, then pops right back up.

Thanks for letting me rant!


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Jim Essinger
Senior Programmer/Analyst
Student Loan Fund of Idaho
PO Box 730
Fruitland, ID 83619
208-452-4058
esinger@fmtc.com

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