F22 step into in STRDBG not working

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Using STRDBG, I use to be able to hit f22 to step into a program or procedure but now nothing happens when I hit the key. Is there a setting that enables this?

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  • TomLiotta
    The only requirements that I'm aware of are that you must be in debug mode and that the program/procedure you want to step into must be debuggable. -- Tom
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    ...Authority to the target program/procedure might be an issue, too. Any joblog messages? Any audit journal security events logged? You might have authority to use the program but debug its source. (WAG) -- Tom
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    Typo... "...but NOT debug its source." -- Tom
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