Buck,
When I try to monitor the variable I get the following error:

CRRDG3137 Failed to monitor given expression.
Server: CPF7E10 Internal error occurred.



On 6/3/2014 1:20 PM, Dutch wrote:
At one time when I was running debug I could highlight a variable and it
would display the value, that no longer happens I've tried several times
to figure out what is wrong but haven't found the issue. Any help would
be appreciated.

Sounds like you're talking about hovering the mouse cursor on a
variable. That support had some issues in the 8.5 time frame. If hover
doesn't work, try right clicking the variable and putting it in a
Monitor view.

A second issue, is running debug itself. I have a program that has
multiple procedures. I place a break point on each call and on the
first
line of the procedure, I then use the F5 to step through the program and
it works fine for the first procedure but then the cursor starts showing
up on the comment lines, D specs, etc. and then just ends with an
error.

Check that your library list really is what you think it is. Don't use
EDTLIBL, use DSPLIBL - you'll see all the libraries that way. Also, you
may have an old source version in your cache. Try clearing the cache
and see if that helps. Are you using iProjects?
--buck
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