Thank you for the insight. Actually, that is how I was using RDi in this
instance. I was trying to perform some low level code cleanup and was
hoping to disable some unused code. But.....
If you can send me the URL to create the RDi case, I will do it.
Thank you too for that information. The program did compile, so that is
why I thought it was OK. I do not make it a practice to define PRTFs or
DSPFs with fields that are populated with Constants in the RPG program.
There are way better ways to do it. This is a program I inherited. To give
the original developer credit, there is a comment in the program stating
the constants should really be defined in a file. I can only assume he
wrote it this way because of time constraints.
Thank you to all!
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