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After the introduction we had with the previous posts (see the link https://linkedibmi.com/2018/03/03/introduction-use-rdi/)  and the link https://linkedibmi.com/2018/03/11/rdi-three-tips-for-a-quick-start/ I would discuss a bit about compiling possibilities and compiling settings.   First I would remember you that you could manage by “Host Connection Emulator” an old style section as you can see in the picture:   Coming back to the main argument, we should use RDI for compiling. Before to do that, we should manage “Library List” by adding
After the introduction we had with the previous post (see the link https://linkedibmi.com/2018/03/03/introduction-use-rdi/)  I would share a few tips to quickly start to use RDI or a similar tool for your daily activities. I will focus in this post on these there aspects in particular: Sections and source management  Source compare String Search   SECTIONS AND SOURCE MANAGEMENT As we saw in the last post we could manage these sections: SECTION1 Project Navigator SECTION2 LPEX Editor SECTION3 Outline SECTION4 Remote
After I discussed the need to use an IDE environment for daily activities  (see the link https://linkedibmi.com/2018/02/26/use-ide-must/), I would introduce the RDI functionalities and his environment, that is similar in every tool based on Eclipse. When you launch the tool you should first define a WORKSPACE and the related directory. The workspace is physically the working folder where all your working  objects will be stored. RDI asks you if the workspace you are using will
Thank to Jean-Christophe Cherid, we have a new education document to share, about introduction to object technology. I suggest everyone who have something to share with the Team to send me his material. The document is in the Course section, you can access with the password for common resources. Here the Summary of this document:  
Hi all, I would ask you to take part at the ALL400s survey. It is important to well understand the state of the art about IBM i and his products. The link to do it is: https://goo.gl/YFzXBV The first results are available at the link: https://goo.gl/LRo8ki This survey is not associated with, or assisted by, IBM Corporation, nor is it conducted by a single vendor.  We’re trying to eliminate bias to make this as accurate