What I usually do in that case is to create the source member on the i with
the RPGLE source type, open the new member using RDi, then open the .rple
source on your PC using notepad (or some other text editor), use the COPY
ALL function and then Paste into your source member in RDi.
Save the source in RDi and you are done.


Jeff Young
Sr. Programmer Analyst


On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 9:39 AM, Kurt Anderson <Kurt.Anderson@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

I was going to send a .rpgle source to someone, copied out of my
workspace. This is how I supply source to IBM quite often in service
requests. Then I wondered... how do I get that onto the i? I thought I
could open it in RDI and then save it to a source file. But, when I open
it up in RDI, it puts the date/time from SRCSEQ & SRCDAT in the beginning
of the source. Any suggestions?

Kurt Anderson
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