Thanks Buck. I'm pretty sure your post is what I was remembering. I tried
creating a new workspace, exporting the connections and filters and
re-importing them. The connections came across fine, but no filters. I
guess I'll try hacking he file. It does look like there
are duplicates in it. (It doesn't look like fun to try a decipher.)

"WDSCI-L" <wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote on 07/10/2014 12:16:23 PM:
----- Message from Buck Calabro <kc2hiz@xxxxxxxxx> on Thu, 10 Jul
2014 09:42:36 -0400 -----




Re: [WDSCI-L] Custom compile commands and changes are not saving

On 7/10/2014 7:44 AM, Michael Quigley wrote:
I thought I remembered something about this on the list a while back,
I couldn't find anything searching the archives.

I had this issue in 8.5 and reported it as a bug. The workaround was to
create a new workspace. The underlying issue was that my 8.5 workspace
was converted from 7.0 and somehow there were duplicates in

I wanted to modify the parameters on a couple of the compile commands
use. So I went into 'Work with Compile Commands' and made the changes,

clicked Apply then Close. Tested and everything was great. But the
time I restarted RDi (version 9.1), the changes were gone. I've also
tried to change the order the commands appear in and had similar
result--i.e., the commands change to the order I've set, they stay
through a session, but when I restart, everything reverts to where it

Is there a setting I'm missing or should I open a PMR? Also if
aware of an open APAR already, can you share the APAR #?

No APAR was created to my recollection. I posted how I cleaned up my
workspace here:

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