Hi Peter,

If you do have SQL statements, and have the option of syntax checking the
SQL statements, you will see the hit in performance. The reason being that
SQL statements are sent down to the server to be syntax checked. There is
no SQL syntax checker on the PC.
If you are not editing the SQL statements and want to just enable the
syntax checking of the rest of your RPG source, you can turn off the SQL
syntax checking.
In Windows->Remote Systems->iSeries->LPEX Editor Parsers->ILE RPG, there is
a check box "Automatic syntax checking of SQL statements (performed on the
server)".  Uncheck this radio button.
Hope this helps.

Nazmin Haji

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Hi all,

I wonder if anybody has dared install WDSCi 6.0.1(Lite or full-blown) yet,
and can confirm what I'm experiencing now.

While editing a 2127 line SQLRPGLE program, I notice that, if "automatic
syntax checking" is turned on in Preferences / Remote Systems / iSeries /
LPEX Editor Parsers / ILE RPG, it sometimes takes 20 seconds to insert a
blank line.  When I type an opcode and press enter, it takes even longer,
while the "busy bar" at the bottom fills over and over again.

If I turn off automatic syntax checking, everything happens

Is there some other setting I need to change, of is my PC just too slow
for this automatic checking (1 GHz with 512MB Ram, should be more than
enough for the Lite version, no?)


Peter Colpaert
Application Developer
PLI - IT - Kontich, Belgium
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