RPG Debug

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Hi I am tring to debug the RPG program with STRISDB but when i press F5 for stepbystep execution it doesnot advance correctly it goes over commented line also & if sometime while tring to add brkpoint by F6 it gives message like "Statement identifier not found in program".I have compiled the program from correct source. Can any one help me on this. Best.
ASKED: April 20, 2006  1:27 PM
UPDATED: April 20, 2006  8:36 PM

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I believe you still have a source/object mis-match.
1)Verify that the object your are attempting to debug actually compiled. 2)Verify that you are actually debugging the object from the correct library.

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  • astradyne
    When you use F5 to step through the program, ISDB stops at the statement it is about to execute. Comment lines only exist in the source, they do not get included in the compiled program object and do not get executed in any way shape or form. When pressing F6 are you sure that the cursor is on a line that can be executed and not a comment? There are some statements that do not executed as such and cannot have breakpoints added - if I remember correctly, these are things like BEGSR, TAG and ENDIF statements. Make sure the cursor is on a statement you expect to be executed before pressing F6. Hope it helps Jonathan
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