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Currently, if I use the Alt-Shift-C, RSE uses the last compile command I used.  This isn't helpful when I alternate between the service program and the consumer, so I can't use the keyboard shortcut and instead have to use the menu to select the specific compile command each time.
 
Currently, if I use the Alt-Shift-C, RSE uses the last compile command I used.  This isn't helpful when I alternate between the service program and the consumer, so I can't use the keyboard shortcut and instead have to use the menu to select the specific compile command each time.
  
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In LPEX edit view the errors and code highlighted should be cleared (Ctl-F5 and Atl-U) when I run the compile or compile with prompt.
 
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Revision as of 12:08, 23 October 2007

This page is intended to help WDSC users hash out proposed WDSC enhancements. To get the ball rolling:

iSeries Editing perspective should remember how I compiled each member separately. I have an iSP that has 3 RPG members. SRVPGM, CONSUMER and PROTO. When I compile SRVPGM, I want to do a CRTRPGMOD followed by UPDSRVPGM. When I compile CONSUMER, I want to do a CRTBNDRPG.

Currently, if I use the Alt-Shift-C, RSE uses the last compile command I used. This isn't helpful when I alternate between the service program and the consumer, so I can't use the keyboard shortcut and instead have to use the menu to select the specific compile command each time.


Compiling In LPEX edit view the errors and code highlighted should be cleared (Ctl-F5 and Atl-U) when I run the compile or compile with prompt.

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