How I can get by with this.

I guess the best I can do is to include the NOTES file in the Member Filter.
Then the member that is in NOTES will appear alphabetically next to the real source member.
I can use the Properties Panel to see if the member highlighted is from the NOTES file - or see if the member is a TYPE(TEXT) that might be in a BNDSRC or QSQLSRC file.

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One thing is delaying a full rollout of RDi for maintaining all our source files.

We have a WRKMBRPDM mini-cmd that helps us maintain our notes of issues that were discovered in various programs.
These issues did not rise in importance to become full fledged projects yet. Rather, these are programmer notes collected over the years of fixes and ideas to present to our users.

In PDM, we have a command that we use to build a member for these notes in the source file NOTES.
This member is the same name as the Production Source Member. ( These are not necessarily Tasks for RDi yet. )

When we are in PDM working on source, option "TD" activates our TODO command, passing &N to the command.
The command simply does
STRSEU SRCFILE(DEVLIB/NOTES) SRCMBR( &TODOSRCM )

I would like to create a User Action in RDi to open a member - or to display a CTL+SHIFT+A panel.
Is there a way to do this in RDi ?
Does the iSphere add-on have something that can help me with this ?

John Voris
john.voris@xxxxxxxxxxxxx



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