This can be fixed by doing CHGLIB on your Test libraries . . .
They are now labelled as *PROD.
You should change them to *TEST.
That gets around the UPDPROD(*YES) parm when debugging.


CHGLIB LIB(SOME_LIB)
TYPE(*TEST)

- John Voris


from: "Tyler, Matt" <matt.tyler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: [WDSCI-L] RDi 9.1 Code Coverage DEBUG UPDPROD

For some reason Code Coverage uses STRDBG UPDPROD(*NO).
I know this because I get "Member XXXXXXXX cannot be opened while UPDPROD(*NO)." then the coverage job ends.
It makes this difficult to run Code Coverage without moving ALL
production level data objects to a test library. Sub programs that
are not in test are called attempting to open production data and failing.

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