Dale,

It seems odd that it complains about the EVFEVENT file in QSYS. If I
recall correctly, the event file should be placed in the library where the
compiled program or module object is stored. Can you prompt the compile
command being used and see if there's something unusual on it? Perhaps
post it here so we can see what's up.

Michael

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wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote on 12/08/2010 01:00:10 PM:

----- Message from dale janus <dalejanus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> on Wed,
08 Dec 2010 11:18:47 -0500 -----

To:

wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx

Subject:

[WDSCI-L] new user questions

I am learning to use RDI 8 and I am having some problems.


First, I discovered that you cannot compile in batch. It looks like
everything is ok, but no object is created. So I shut that off and all
is well. But that was a hard one for me to figure out.



I am a little confused about the best way to filter my source code. I
can filter to MYLIB/QRPGSRC or MYLIB/QRPGLESRC or any other source file
and get what I expect. But I can also filter the entire library MYLIB

and see all my compiled programs and select programs to work with from
there.

Does it make a difference how I get to the source code?



Finally, search does not work for me. In remote system explorer, I put

the cursor on MYLIB and enter a file name. I want to find all programs
in the library that use that file.



I always get an error EVFF8002:U
Details say:
com.ibm.etools.iseries.subsystems.qsys.api.QSYSEncapsulatedException:
/QSYS.LIB/QSYS.LIB/EVFEVENT.FILE/EVFEVENT.MBR: Object in library QSYS
specified incorrectly.


I get the same error if I use search from the tool bar.

Could my search problems be related to how I set up my filters?



---Dale

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