FTP a Synon edtrcd1

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FTP
iSeries
Synon/2E
I made changes to the EDTrcd screen and after compiling it I FTP the new object Via *SAVF to the other server the object moves succesfully and the creation date& time of the OBJ are also same but the changes i have done are not seen inspite the oldscreen is shown.here both server use diplay in different languages (ENGLISH & French) plz help me ASAP on this

Software/Hardware used:
iseries/synon/2e
ASKED: November 21, 2009  9:14 AM
UPDATED: November 2, 2011  9:46 AM

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Did you send all the components of the function?

As with RPGLE or COBOL – there is a *PGM and a *DSPF component at least.

You usually transfer all objects at the same time.

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  • TomLiotta
    Because this is Synon, what actual object types are involved? Is it just a display file? Or just a program? Or both a program and a display file? Did you make changes to both objects (if more than one)? If you display a job that is using the function, does the call stack show that the program is from the library that you expect? Does the 'Open files' list show the display file from the library that you expect? Since you used FTP, I would expect the library to be correct; but you should make certain. Is this an ILE function? Does it run in a named activation group? Has the activation group been reclaimed in the job since the new object was restored? (You did restore from the savefile, right?) If the AG wasn't reclaimed, was the job started after the restore? TOM
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