Apparently that's in an advanced WDSCi product, which I must not have. Looks like it's in RDi as well - something to look forward to when it's time to pay up.

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Have you tried the "Visualize Application Diagram" option?

Right click the source member in RSE and you should find it.

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Is there a way to get a visual of the subroutine/subprocedure hierarchy in
WDSCi? I'm at 7.0. Or is there a plugin for it? We have comments at the
top of the program to attempt to give that hierarchy visual and I hate
updating it. ;)

Kurt Anderson
Sr Programmer/Analyst
CustomCall Data Systems

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