I would still recommend that you find your WDSCi v7.0 packet. This was
the last "free" version, and SO MUCH BETTER than WDSC v6.0.

As far as your issue is concerned, I'm sure there's an XML document in
your workspace that defines the tab labels for the editor, but I don't
have a clue what or where... Have you tried creating a new workspace to
see if the problem persists with a clean config?

-Eric

-----Original Message-----
From: wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Darryl Freinkel
Sent: Thursday, July 22, 2010 6:01 PM
To: wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [WDSCI-L] How do I get my member name back in the tab (DeLong,
Eric)

Eric



I am not current on RDI.



I have no plug-ins. Its vanilla, unless code/400 does something.
However,
code/400 executes outside of RDi.



Thanks



Darryl

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I saw a thread reporting a similar problem, that appeared to be caused

by the subclipse plugin. It did not really offer any answers, but it

did confirm the symptoms... Are you using any third party plugins?



Once again, I'll mention that WDSC 7.0 is light years ahead of WDSC 6.0,

and I highly recommend that you upgrade to 7.0 as soon as possible. It

should have come in the box whenever you ordered OS400 v5r3 or v5r4

installation media. If you intend to remain current, then go directly

to RDP 7.6, cough up the dough for product and maintenance. Cost of the

product is easily offset by productivity gains.



-Eric DeLong








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