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Display an arrow indicating the nesting level at the cursor location.
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Context-sensitive help displays help for the location the cursor is currently located.
  
 
==Use==
 
==Use==
Ctrl+Shift+O, or from the Source menu in the pop-up menu.
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F1
  
 
==Example==
 
==Example==
  
[[File:rsetrans21.gif]]
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Position the cursor on a D-specification line, in the Keyword Entries column.  Press F1 and a window pops up with help for RPG D-spec keywords.
  
 
==Restrictions==
 
==Restrictions==
* The source must compile.  Lpex can't properly draw mismatched IF/END lines.
 
* The cursor must be on the start or end of a block.  Examples are IF, WHEN, DO, END, etc.
 
* You must not have any source selected.
 
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
 
* [[WDSC shortcuts]]
 
* [[WDSC shortcuts]]
 
* [[WDSC LPEX]]
 
* [[WDSC LPEX]]
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== Installation issues ==
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For RDi 9.0, several people on the WDSCI-L mailing list reported that the local help was not working.  The log (.metadata\.log) shows:
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<pre>
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!ENTRY com.ibm.ut.ic.server 4 0 2013-07-08 10:45:08.453
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!MESSAGE Jetty plugins are unavailable, could not start local server.
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</pre>
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The solution is to manually install Jetty as described by [http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21641599 IBM Tech Note 1641599].
  
 
==Categories==
 
==Categories==
 
[[Category:WDSC|Shortcuts]]
 
[[Category:WDSC|Shortcuts]]
 
[[Category:Quick Reference]]
 
[[Category:Quick Reference]]

Revision as of 11:32, 8 July 2013

Context-sensitive help displays help for the location the cursor is currently located.

Use

F1

Example

Position the cursor on a D-specification line, in the Keyword Entries column. Press F1 and a window pops up with help for RPG D-spec keywords.

Restrictions

See also

Installation issues

For RDi 9.0, several people on the WDSCI-L mailing list reported that the local help was not working. The log (.metadata\.log) shows:

!ENTRY com.ibm.ut.ic.server 4 0 2013-07-08 10:45:08.453
!MESSAGE Jetty plugins are unavailable, could not start local server.

The solution is to manually install Jetty as described by IBM Tech Note 1641599.

Categories