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  • Run STRDBG on free RPG program: Program Ends with Status 00202

    I'm attempting to run STRDBG on a free RPG program. It calls a subprocedure with a parameter and will send a value back to the program. But as soon as the call happens, the subprocedure ends with that error. I've read that STRDBG can't be used with subprocedures that have parms. But I cannot find...

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  • Check to see how an AS/400 program was compiled

    Hi all, I am trying to determine how a compile setting was used when a program was compiled. Specifically, the OPTION field. I need to know if an object was compiled with *SOURCE or without source. I am writing a debugger, so if the program was compiled with *SOURCE view (RPGIII), it will use my...

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  • RPG Debugger

    I work for a small AS/400 shop. For the most part, we are still coding in RPGIII and doing green screen applications. Due to a recent Lawson upgrade, we have had to convert a large chunk of our code to ILE. Myself and the other programmer here are used to the Interactive debugger and using the old...

    Willhud69205 pointsBadges:
  • Debugging view option

    How do I identify the program that has compiled with the debug view as *SOURCE, without STRDBG?

    Muthu4005 pointsBadges:
  • Debugging an RPG module thru STRDBG

    Hi, As fate will have it one of our programmers did the majority of his code as modules. He passed away and now the code needs to be changed. He left no notes or comments on how he compiled things (e.g. if he used bound directories, etc) No one in the department has any knowledge of modules. I have...

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  • Can one use strdbg to trace code through a interactive program that allows update to display screens

    Can one use strdbg to trace code through a interactive program that allows update to display screens. I can get  the add item and delete item part to work but not the update/change function which craps out with a error message. There seems no reason for this message, but there has to be a reason...

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