I can find an RDi, but not RDp at that version. I've noticed that
most of IBM's web site doesn't know that package exists. Installation
Manager doesn't see any updates available. Is this something I have to get
through Entitlement?

John Maassel
IBM i Programmer/Analyst
Bob Evans Farms, Inc
Fax: 614-497-4315

date: Tue, 11 May 2010 17:37:11 -0400
from: Mike Hockings <hockings@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] Error message when compiling SQLRPGLE

Update to RDp


Mike Hockings, P.Eng.
IBM Rational Developer for System z
IBM Canada Ltd. Laboratory
voice 1-905-413-3199 T/L 313-3199 ITN 23133199

05/11/2010 05:14 PM
[WDSCI-L] Error message when compiling SQLRPGLE
Sent by:

The trial license on my RDi ran out, so we were told to grab the RDP demo
and use that until we order the permanent keys in the new fiscal year. I
removed RDi and installed RDP. Because I had a project with a lot of
custom member filters, I told RDP to use the workspace files created by
RDi. My filters and commands imported properly, but there is a little

Now, (most of the time) whenever I compile a SQLRPGLE program, I get a
popup window labeled "EVENTS FILE PROCESSINGE" with the following message:

"The ID field of the FILEEND event does not match the ID field of the last


When I click Details, I see:
Mismatched IDs: FILEID: 004 FILEEND: FILEEND 0 001 000000

Our other RDP beta users do not see this message. I'm on version 7.5.0 of

RDP and i5/OS V5R4.

Any ideas on how to get rid of this message? Is it related to using the
existing RDi workspace?
John Maassel
IBM i Programmer/Analyst
Bob Evans Farms, Inc

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