With WDSC 7.0 preferences, you can go to Run/Debug -> Compiled Debug
window, select "Always use Debugger Editor while debugging". This will
force the debugger to use the Debugger Editor that you are familiar with
as apposed to the LPEX Editor.

Kirk C Palmer
Walsworth Publishing Company
660-376-3543 x3315
kirk.palmer@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

|-----Original Message-----
|From: wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
|Vern Hamberg
|Sent: December 15, 2008 9:25 AM
|To: Websphere Development Studio Client for iSeries
|Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] RDi 7.5 Debug Cursor Over Tip
|
|You might look at the system debugger - sometimes called the
graphical
|debugger - sometimes other things.
|
|It is part of the Java Toolkit - Scott Klement just wrote up
something
|on it - I don't have the link right now. But you can get the user
manual at
|

|*http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/systems/scope/i5os/topic/rzam
q/rzamq.pdf*
|
|I have not tried it with C code, but it is NOT using the same code
base
|as the WDSC one. Or even the RDi one!
|
|And you can do SEP breakpoints with it - as Scott wrote in that
article.
|
|HTH
|Vern
|
|Spencer Elliott wrote:
|> Hi,
|> I was debugging a C program.
|>
|> I just moved from WDSC 6.0 to RDi 7.5.
|>
|> Is there some way to NOT use the LPEX editor as I would like this
|> feature more than the LPEX editor.
|>
|> Spencer
|>
|>
|> Li Ding wrote:
|>
|>> Spencer,
|>>
|>> Did you debug a RPG or ILE COBOL program ? If the Remote
System LPEX
|>> Editor is used by debugger, fly over evaluation only works for
RPG and ILE
|>> COBOL source.
|>> This is something changed when debugger moved to use Remote
system LPEX
|>> Editor as default a couple releases ago.
|>>
|>> Thanks,
|>>
|>> Li Ding
|>> System i AD, IBM Toronto Lab
|>> Email: lding@xxxxxxxxxx
|>>
|>> message: 3
|>> date: Fri, 12 Dec 2008 08:51:09 -0800
|>> from: Spencer Elliott <spencer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
|>> subject: [WDSCI-L] RDi 7.5 Debug Cursor Over Tip
|>>
|>> The RDi 7.5 debugger no longer shows a variables value in a tool
tip by
|>> placing the cursor on the variable.
|>>
|>> Does anyone know how to turn this function back on?
|>>
|>> Thanks
|>>
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