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CA Realia Workbench Debug Setup - Data Inspector

CA Realia Workbench Debug Setup - Data Inspector

CA Realia Workbench Debug Setup - Data Inspector

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Hi All,

I need a help on CA Realia Workbench tool. I am debugging the Cobol Program (.cvx) and during the Debug process I want to know the value of particular variable I am using the Data Inspector in tool. But Value for that variable is not readable format. Do I need to setup any setting in the tool. Please help me if you have any inputs on this.

RE: CA Realia Workbench Debug Setup - Data Inspector

if you are working for example with comp-5, comp-3 (packed-decimal) or something else onreadable, you can create a debug-display-field that has a readable format. Then you use that field to know all about it....

But.... I think that REALIA offers you to look into the field in hex mode, zo comp-3 is understandable then.....


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