Another thing I just noticed is that the member locks on the server are not
being released when I use the browse-edit swap.

1. Open member in browse mode (see no locks)
2. ctrl-shift-G into EDIT (now see one MBR lock and one DATA lock)
3. ctrl-shift-G into BROWSE (now see one MBR lock and one DATA lock)
4. ctrl-shift-G into EDIT (now see two MBR lock and two DATA locks)
5. ctrl-shift-G into BROWSE (now see two MBR locks and two DATA locks)
6. etc until you close the member.

This prevents opening the member elsewhere even when I am in BROWSE mode.






On Fri, May 4, 2018 at 6:53 AM, Stuart Rowe <rowestu@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

AH I see. Yes I have been running with the default open action set to
BROWSE. Saved my *** twice in the past week. Still the shortcut is
great!

Also thanks for no longer selecting text in the Object Table View when I
click an item. Now it acts more like other editable controls.

Oh and thanks for remembering the column sorting state when I press
refresh.






On Fri, May 4, 2018 at 6:39 AM, Steve Ferrell <
Steve.Ferrell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Stuart,
The Toggle command is currently tied to the parsers, not the LPEX Editor.
There are some file types that are not currently supported with the Toggle.
They should be supported by the November fix pack.

For now you can reselect the member and re-open via Edit. (I assume you
have the Open Browse setting turned on).


Steve Ferrell
www.helpsystems.com


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To: Rational Developer for IBM i / Websphere Development Studio Client
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Subject: [WDSCI-L] New update 9.6.0.2

The ctrl-shift-G (in LPEX editor) is great to switch between BROWSE and
EDIT modes.

Does anyone know how I can get it to work for PNLGRP, C, and other file
types (like PCML)?

It seems to work alright for RPGLE, CLP, CLLE, BND, DSPF, PF, LF, etc.
Maybe a file association or something missing? I swear I am opening those
members with LPEX editor.
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