Folks

I find I need a merge many times. The best one, and what I use almost all the time, is option 55 in PDM. Nothing else gives me the flexibility of that tool, and I won't apologize for mentioning it on this list. The RSE Extensions are next best for me, but they strip the source sequence and source change date. Sequence is not such a big deal, but change date can be. That will be a loss, in my view, when going to editing in IFS and using subversion, etc. Good directions, but we won't know when individual lines changed the same way we do now - but I may have missed something obvious, like how changes are kept.

Now maybe I should fire up Arcad's plugin emulator and run the PDM option or directly run the MRGSRC - could even create a member option for it - heh!

The thing I get in 55 option is the split SEU screen that shows me the changes - and lets me apply the ones I want to. Again, RSE Extensions seems to do that, but I don't use it for that, for reasons already stated and others I can't think of now. Every other merge tool does the merge, then leaves you with a report saying what was done - you then have to fix things that should not have been done. Guess it depends which end of things you want to spend your time on. Different strokes ---

Later
Vern

At 09:29 AM 12/21/2007, you wrote:

Joe,

I still get frustrated with the compare options in WDSCi and go back to
CODE. It just has better functionality for my purposes, IMHO. I'm not fond
of CMPPFM, either.

Dave Shaw
Mohawk Industries

----- Original Message -----
From: "Joe Pluta" <joepluta@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "'Websphere Development Studio Client for iSeries'"
<wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, December 21, 2007 9:58 AM
Subject: [WDSCI-L] Comparing source members


> Back in a previous life, I thought I remembered that the Compare with each
> other option of WDSC worked relatively well. That seems to have been a
> dream, because today I can't get around the issue of source dates and
> sequence numbers not matching.
>
> That is, if the source dates don't match (I clear them, or I do some sort
> of
> mass touch of lines or any other little thing that changes the source
> dates)
> then the members no longer match, and it's back to CMPPFM.
>
> Was it just a dream when I could compare members?
>
> Joe

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