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    Hi,
    I got something really peculiar happening:
    I use a compile time array to define my error messages for use on screens. When I edit a line within this array or add or remove a line, the cursor jumps to position 6 of a line (not necessarily the line I'm on - which is really strange) highlights the line and I get a message "Form-type entry for main procedure not valid or out of sequence"

    Now remember, this is a CT array with the two asterisks in positions 1 & 2.
    Number of entries is correct.
    If I prompt the line as my manager said to try, the line is displayed as an "I" spec, sometimes but not always, sometimes its displayed as a comment line - very strange.
    I have NOT copied "I" spec or any other line type into this array. When I need a line, I insert one.

    Anyone else ever seen behavior like this?
    Mike.
    Everyday's a school day, what grade are you in?

  • #2
    What version of RDi?

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    • #3
      Personal Comm iSeries Access for Windows 6.0
      20160919 S
      Everyday's a school day, what grade are you in?

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      • #4
        I assume that means you're using SEU. I haven't used SEU regularly in forever. I can tell you that it was frozen for v6r1, so nothing new is supported.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jtaylor___ View Post
          I assume that means you're using SEU. I haven't used SEU regularly in forever. I can tell you that it was frozen for v6r1, so nothing new is supported.
          Sorry to disappoint you...lol
          Can't tell city hall what to do.

          Mike.
          Everyday's a school day, what grade are you in?

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          • #6
            Press F23 and change to ** - should solve your problem.

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            • #7
              Another way to specify the type of input is when you prompt the line - entering P** in the line # column will prompt it correctly in this case.

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