Hi Greg,

iirc you can find the preference to resequence lines at save on the Remote Systems LPEX Editor page (under Remote Systems or just filter/search for "resequence").

You may want to check if that was somehow turned off. I doubt it, based on Daniel's experience since he stated that he has it turned on - I assume he checked it after the upgrade.

Susan Gantner

On Sep 11, 2021, at 8:37 AM, GREG ESHLEMAN <geshleman1206@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Daniel

I'm experiencing the same problem, the source was always resequenced when saved, now in the latest version it's not. I've looked through the preferences for perhaps a setting that was changed during the latest update but I can't seem to find any that would turn this on or off.

Greg
On 09/11/2021 4:00 AM Daniel Gross <daniel@xxxxxxxx> wrote:


Hi Steve,

I can’t see any error message in <workspace>\.metadata\.log - and no "split screen“ in LPEX.

What I do is

1. open a member by double clicking
2. inserting a new line
3. saving the member by CTRL+S (or my clicking the icon or selecting File-Save)

In this case the member is not automatically re-sequenced.

If I select Source-Resequence all or if I call the LPEX command resequence it works.

It doesn’t work in my old workspace - and also doesn’t work in a freshly created workspace.

Biggest question - is anyone else experiencing the same?

Thanks
Daniel


Am 10.09.2021 um 13:46 schrieb Steve Ferrell via WDSCI-L <wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:

Hi Daniel,

Do you see any errors logged? Do you have a split screen?

The resequencing logic is quite simple and hasn't changed for many years. We did do an update of LPEX, so it's possible that a restart with -clean may help.

If that doesn't help, please contact IBM Support so we can take a peek.

Thanks!

Steve Ferrell

I updated RDi from 9.6.0.10 to 9.6.0.11 yesterday and now I have a strange issue.

I have the option to automatically resequence members before saving ON. But RDi isn’t resequencing the members while I’m saving them.
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