Check the program - see if it has debug information. Also, it has to be ILE, not OPM. Otherwise, you should be able to use a SEP.

Now a stored procedure itself is just an entry in a view in QSYS2.

There might still be a data perspective in RDPi - go to the upper-right corner to open a different perspective - maybe that'll show you stored procedures. I've found, however, that nothing but iNav does it right for the i - esp. where SPs are concerned. But it's been a couple years since I gave up on it in WDSC.


On 12/2/2010 6:11 AM, David FOXWELL wrote:

I've been playing with stored procedures and I wondered why the call that I issue in a STRSQL session cannot be intercepted with SEP on the rpg program that the procedure is registered as. Also, as I can't use iNav, is there anything in RDPi that will access a stored procedure?


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