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Good Morning All! I am trying to learn quick start programming tool (G93 #4). My question is can I get out and go back in without recreating everything?
 
Quick start will not remember what you have done.

If you use quick start at first to build the objects. Any subsequent
changes can then be taken via option '10' from SVR and can be edited
individually.

For example if you use quick start to create a video, CL and RPG and you
want to edit the video again, use option '10' from SVR and edit. Then again
from SVR take option '10' for the RPG. If you put a '1' against the files
defined, and press enter in the screen which displays the files this will
rebuild some of the RPG field definitions. Go back to the SVR screen and
take option '15' - Rebuild RPG source (I believe it is '15' as I do not have
a World screen to look at). You should then find that these new fields have
been included in the program.

Regards

Paul
 
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Thanks, I was hoping quick start would build most of my code for me.






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11/02/00 10:22 AM
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Quick start will not remember what you have done.

If you use quick start at first to build the objects. Any subsequent
changes can then be taken via option '10' from SVR and can be edited
individually.

For example if you use quick start to create a video, CL and RPG and you
want to edit the video again, use option '10' from SVR and edit. Then
again
from SVR take option '10' for the RPG. If you put a '1' against the files
defined, and press enter in the screen which displays the files this will
rebuild some of the RPG field definitions. Go back to the SVR screen and
take option '15' - Rebuild RPG source (I believe it is '15' as I do not
have
a World screen to look at). You should then find that these new fields
have
been included in the program.

Regards

Paul






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I did try option 15, didn't do anything for me. Any clues?






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Thanks, I was hoping quick start would build most of my code for me.






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Quick start will not remember what you have done.

If you use quick start at first to build the objects. Any subsequent
changes can then be taken via option '10' from SVR and can be edited
individually.

For example if you use quick start to create a video, CL and RPG and you
want to edit the video again, use option '10' from SVR and edit. Then
again
from SVR take option '10' for the RPG. If you put a '1' against the files
defined, and press enter in the screen which displays the files this will
rebuild some of the RPG field definitions. Go back to the SVR screen and
take option '15' - Rebuild RPG source (I believe it is '15' as I do not
have
a World screen to look at). You should then find that these new fields
have
been included in the program.

Regards

Paul






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Actually it did some weird stuff - I have lost of my heading on my video. I
did use the chgdspf command to check if restore display was set to *yes.
Any clues?






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Are you sure it didn't rebuild the source. I should have!!


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I am not sure why, but if you go into Vocabulary Overrides you can change the
Default Title to what you need. Did you make any changes before you took
option 15?
 
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Yes, I made all changes before I took option 15. I was just able now to fix
it - had to change S999 - #psvtx to z-add the total number of vtx fields on
my video. The default was 1.






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I am not sure why, but if you go into Vocabulary Overrides you can change
the
Default Title to what you need. Did you make any changes before you took
option 15?




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The probable reason for your problems is that your source file is defined
incorrectly. It cannot be created by using the CRPSRCPF command. The
reason for this is that case requires more fields than the IBM command
creates.

You need to do a copy of a JDE file called F93002.

I am working on OW now so I hope I am telling you to use the right file!!!
If you don't create the source file based on this file then you cannot
generate the source through case.

Regards

Paul
 
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I used Quickstart recently. I noticed a couple of problems with the subfile creation.

1. It does not handle more than 1 line, it doesn't do FOLD. It also cuts off and re-defines the last field on the line if it would go past 80.

2. There is only one type of subfile, the empy screen display, waiting for an action code with some key data typed in. If you want to display the data to the user, you have to do some adjusting to the code.

Other than that, I thought it was fine. I created a bunch of programs on time, budget, etc...



Phil Kestenbaum


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I used Quickstart recently. I noticed a couple of problems with the subfile creation. </P>


1. It does not handle more than 1 line, it doesn't do FOLD. It also cuts off and re-defines the last field on the line if it would go past 80.</P>


2. There is only one type of subfile, the empy screen display, waiting for an action code with some key data typed in. If you want to display the data to the user, you have to do some adjusting to the code.</P>


Other than that, I thought it was fine. I created a bunch of programs on time, budget, etc...</P>


</P>


Phil Kestenbaum
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Thanks, I am learning it slowly. Does seem to speed up the process some.






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I used Quickstart recently. I noticed a couple of problems with the
subfile creation.

1. It does not handle more than 1 line, it doesn't do FOLD. It also cuts
off and re-defines the last field on the line if it would go past 80.

2. There is only one type of subfile, the empy screen display, waiting for
an action code with some key data typed in. If you want to display the data
to the user, you have to do some adjusting to the code.

Other than that, I thought it was fine. I created a bunch of programs on
time, budget, etc...



Phil Kestenbaum


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I used Quickstart recently. I noticed a couple of problems with the
subfile creation. </P>


1. It does not handle more than 1 line, it doesn't do FOLD. It also cuts
off and re-defines the last field on the line if it would go past 80.</P>


2. There is only one type of subfile, the empy screen display, waiting
for an action code with some key data typed in. If you want to display the
data to the user, you have to do some adjusting to the code.</P>


Other than that, I thought it was fine. I created a bunch of programs on
time, budget, etc...</P>


</P>


Phil Kestenbaum
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Quick start does handle multiple line subfiles. Basically create your first
line and then place another field on the next line down. You will then be
able to use the FOLD functionality.

Regards

Paul
 
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