Like Buck, I have RDI filter out the informational and warning messages.
That leaves me with the compile failures.

To filter the messages use the triangle button on the upper right of the
Error List window and select the "Show Severity" option. Turn on/off the
message severity you want. Simple, easy and very useful.


Jim Essinger
Western Power Sports
Boise ID


On Tue, Jul 29, 2014 at 12:21 PM, Buck Calabro <kc2hiz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

On 7/29/2014 1:23 PM, Englander, Douglas wrote:

I am currently using RDi 9.0.1, but have found this on prior versions
also:

When I compile a program, sometimes, but not every time,

I think that the first step in every case of inconsistent behaviour is
to create a new workspace and try it again.

the Error List View shows my 30 level messages at the bottom of the
panel. Since my panels can contain multiple pages,

Generally, I let RDi filter out the informational messages so I don't
have to page through them.

it APPEARS (via a quick glance) that the program compiles, but does not
because there are severity 30 level errors at the bottom of the panel,
which you have to page down to see.

Normally, the View is displayed from Highest severity to Lowest, so
glancing at the View allows me to easily see if a program compiled.

However, every so often the View "loses" the sort criteria, and the
severity 30 messages are interspersed throughout the panel. I have tried
and tried to click on the Severity column to change the sort, but it does
not change. It appears that every other column changes somewhat when I
click on it, but not the Severity column.

Clicking on the Severity column sorts for me on 9.1 and my recollection
is that it always sorted, going back at least to 7.0.0.8.

Is there some setting that is not correct that is causing this? This
behavior can be inconsistent day to day.

Are you seeing a difference based on the source member type? RPGLE vs
RPG38 vs CLP?
--buck
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