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|Presentation:||Debugging with RDi From the On Ramp to the Cruising Lane|
Displaying active variables? Check. Breakpoints? Yep, we got those too. Conditional and watch breakpoints? Sure thing. But what about service entry points, which allow us to debug another user’s job without having to use STRSRVJOB? Debug configurations to save multiple debug settings? Code coverage that shows each line of code executed when a program has completed? This is only the start of how the graphical RDi debugger exceeds the capabilities to the green screen version. **BONUS – we will also discuss *NEW* debugging enhancements from the latest release of RDi, Version 188.8.131.52!
Charles Guarino has been an Information Technology consultant for the vast majority of his career. He is also the founder and President of Central Park Data Systems, Inc., a Long Island and New York City area based IBM midrange consulting and corporate training company. In addition, he is a professional speaker presenting at technical conferences and events across the United States and Europe. He is a frequent contributor of articles and webcasts for the IBM i community, with topics covering a broad range of IT topics and strategies. Charles is a member of COMMON’s Speaker Excellence Hall of Fame and The Long Island Software and Technology Network’s Twenty Top Techies. Recently Charles became the proud recipient of the Al Barsa Memorial Scholarship Award. Additionally, he currently serves as a board member of COMMON and also participates on COMMON’s Strategic Education Team (SET). Other professional endeavors have included being the president and monthly Q&A host of the Long Island System User’s Group LISUG (www.lisug.org).