Hi Mike,

The objects in the RSE filter were sorted alphabetically as DEMO1.rpgle, DEMO2.rpgle.

RDi was started with the following VM:

-vm
C:\IBM\SDP_096\\jdk/jre/bin/javaw.exe
eclipse.home.location=file:/C:/IBM/SDP_096/
eclipse.launcher=C:\IBM\SDP_096\eclipse.exe
eclipse.launcher.name=Eclipse
eclipse.p2.data.area=@config.dir/../p2/
eclipse.p2.profile=IBM Software Delivery Platform_1 com.ibm.sdp.eclipse.ide
eclipse.product=com.ibm.rational.developer.ibmi.product.ide
eclipse.startTime=1646927385171
eclipse.stateSaveDelayInterval=30000
eclipse.vm=C:\IBM\SDP_096\\jdk/jre/bin/javaw.exe

The Eclipse debug application was started with VM:

Execution environment set to "JavaSE-1.8 (jdk)" which should be "C:\IBM\SDP_096\jdk".

So both programs should run with the same VM.

Thomas.


Am 10.03.2022 um 14:23 schrieb Mike Hockings:
I have to say that I am not familiar with that part of the code so it would be up to the Helpsystems folks to comment specifically, I guess. However, questions that come to my mind are about whether the JVM used is both cases is specified to be the same, what was the selection order in the GUI, and I guess too, the order of the objects in the tree (before sorting?).

Mike

On 2022-03-10, 03:09, "WDSCI-L on behalf of Thomas Raddatz" <wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of thomas.raddatz@xxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Mike,

Clearing the Java cache did not help solving the problem.

Just to make it clear again, the left and right source members are switched, when I launch an Eclipse debug application from RDi. For example:

There are two source members called DEMO1 and DEMO2.

When these source members are compared from RDi, DEMO1 goes to the left and DEMO2 to the right. That is the expected behavior.

But when I compare these source members from the debug application, DEMO1 goes to the right and DEMO2 to the left.

That can bee seen for the iSphere Compare Editor, as well as for the IBM Compare Editor.

I can reproduce the problem only in an Eclipse debug application, but Patrick seems to have the same problem in the original RDi.

I took a screenshot to explain the problem. The picture shows RDi in the background and the Eclipse debug application in the foreground:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IQueoymCpaU9CrHKlQ5rdV8X56HiOJE7/view?usp=sharing
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dPNwbp2dDfKSKv20xPb-VrNiK6tQ40YF/view?usp=sharing

Thomas.



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