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If you didn't originally save it to your local system via an iProject, that
doesn't matter either. You can create an new PF-SRC, add one source member
to it (like an RPGLE in your case), then create the iProject. Once it's
created on your local system, then copy in all of your source to that PC
folder, and using the iProject functionality "upload"/sync the members from
your PC to your PF-SRC and then you'll have them. Had to do that a time or
two in order to bring over utilities I have developed to a new client
location for use.

Steve M.

-----Original Message-----
From: WDSCI-L <wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Brian
Sent: Sunday, April 21, 2024 12:42 PM
To: wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] Copy Source from Pc file

Yes, do it all the time - in both directions. (One of the neat tricks RDi
has up its sleeve; especially if you need to copy source between IBM i
servers.) You <may> find you need to use Copy/Paste from the appropriate
context menus if the keyboard shortcuts of Ctrl C/V don't work.

- Navigate LOCAL>LOCAL FILES>DRIVES> etc. etc. to find your file
- Copy your file
- Navigate your IBM i connection to locate the desired PF-SRC
- Paste your file

Aside: If this is something you need to do regularly, consider the iProjects
perspective in RDi.


On 21/04/2024 15:42, gio.cot via WDSCI-L wrote:
Hi all

I have in a folder a list of source program that i ahve to impor to
IBM i .. using RDI (Vers 9.8) is it possible copy e and paste the Pc
files from the folder to Ibm I ? or any other way faster than create
manually the source member and that copy the code from opened Pc file.

Thanks in advance

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