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WS: PGM: Software Versions Repository FAQ (Doc ID 1928720.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 12, 2022

Applies to:

JD Edwards World Technical Foundation - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
IBM i on POWER Systems


 To document the frequently asked questions about Software Versions Repository

Questions and Answers

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Questions and Answers
 Question 1: How can an object be compiled in SVR without changing the object owner to JDE?
 Question 2: How is the bottom half of the Software Versions Repository (SVR) screen populated?
 Question 3: Why is there a date mismatch when comparing a program, object and source, using DSPPGM vs. WRKMBRPDM respectively?
 Question 4: How can the ‘Member type’ field for a program viewed in PDM be changed to match the ‘Function Code’ field in SVR?
 Question 5: How can a joined logical file be created/compiled when the physical files reside in different libraries? 
 Question 6: How is a new field added to a Report or Screen?
 Question 7: How can flow charts for programs and data models be accessed? 
 Question 8: Why is error 2327 (JDE Naming Standards Not Followed) issued when adding a custom physical file record in SVR?
 Question 9: Is source delivered for all JD Edwards World objects?
 Question 10: Is there a way to identify data files where JD Edwards adds a record during an upgrade?
 Question 11: How can you get library name changes to stay in SVR?
 Question 12: What are the files used for Software Versions Repository (SVR)?
 Question 13: Is there a way to determine whether JD Edwards World recommends a file be placed in the common library or a data library?
 Question 14: Is there support for using RDi (IBM Rational Developer for i) with JD Edwards World A9.4?
 Question 15: What does it mean when an object in Software Versions Repository has Product Code = 88 (Cautious Purge System)?

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