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I am exploring the possibilities to speed up input when testing by taking advantage of macros. The problem is when variable data has to be keyed into a field in the middle of the sequence. Reading the help-topics on WAIT I thought I could use the WaitForCursor-option, but it does not change the...
I think I've asked the same question some months ago but didn't get any answer and couldn't be able to find one myself. The issue is: i have an iseries access macro that i run every day, but I do it from the Play button in the access menu. I would like to put this macro in a common directory (done)...
I usually use two iSeries windows. How can I create a macro that will copy everything from iSeries window A to B? (mirror the information) *I dont mean recording keystrokes because the information is already in the first window....Help please!