I'm getting an "EVFP0019 No subroutine or procedure declaration could be found in the source for the current selection." Error when debugging a sqlrpg pgm. Am in rdi 9.01 and using IBM I Service entry Points. Ignoring the error and taking the step commands generates copies (one for each step taken!) of the original source window with an "Uncaught exception in class "com.ibm.etools.iseries.parsers.ISeriesEditorRPGILESQLParser". Document parser was disabled."
Some necessary history. We've recently installed RTC/RDI & Arcad. Arcad inserts all this necessary ... "stuff" on top of your source:
All the asterisks are lined up in col 7. For me, Debug is choking on the *%LOC: statement. It appears to go right there immediately. Shouldn't the debugger ignore anything commented out? On a whim, I inserted a blank between the * and % and all was fine (* %LOC). My co-worker, who has been suffering for days with this problem, tried the same "fix" with no change - problem still happens. Removing all the Arcad "stuff" seems to usually fix the debug problem but then Arcad works worse. Sometimes debug works fine as is and then, all of sudden, stops working again.
Our pc support guy who has the thankless task of installing rtc/rdi 9.01 on everyone's laptop is supposed to be contacting IBM Support but I thought I would try here also.
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College Foundation, Inc.
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