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Macro Problems they aren't showing as Not Found or Not Loaded anymore

Macro Problems they aren't showing as Not Found or Not Loaded anymore

Problem:

User added assembler components but didn't add search paths for the Macros.

all the macros that were listed as Not Found

Created a search path for the macros

Now only Macros that were loaded are listed as LOADED, but some were still Not Found but aren't in Project Manager any longer as Loaded or Not Found.  

What happened?

Resolution:

Revolve has a switch in the Component Parameter for Assembler,  "Show missing Internal Macro" , that when checked will show all Macros that aren't found and are on the internal list of macros to be ignored by the parser.  By default this switch is turned off.  If any of the macros that the user had added via the search path were also considered internal macros, then the parser will parse it, if there are some macros that aren't in the search path then the parser won't look for those that are considered IMB / System macros provided by the Mainframe

Old KB# 5099

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