From time to time RDi gets itself in a pickle over local vs. remote source members - and thinks you are working solely on the local copy of the code. The "simple" way out of the conundrum is to manually copy/paste (right-click context menu) the code between RemoteSystemsTempFiles, (under the Local connection) and the server (under the IBM i connection). (One good reason for having your Workspace in a location that is easy to navigate.)

You might also wish to investigate iProjects, which provides a little more management of local vs. remote source.

HTH,
Brian

On 06/05/2022 17:03, SReeves@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
I have an issue I don't recall running into before with RDI. I have a
source that appears to be saved locally (RemoteSystemsTempFiles). Is
there a way I'm not seeing to allow me to save it to my actual system.
Save-As only seems to give the RemoteSystemsTempFiles as an option.

Thanks

Shane Reeves



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