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What does builder.rqs show the indirection that is set up?

What does builder.rqs show the indirection that is set up?


when the Execution Indirection is done, and then builder.rqs is created (Tools/Scripts/Utilities/Generate a script to build this project from scratch) there are no explicit lines of code to tell the administrator what relates to what.


Here is the sample from builder.rqs:

//   Add User-defined relations - Complete Project:

scope := all;

vParam := addentity("(0,1,8,1)", type="system_param", system_executable_entry="IKJEFT01")

addRel(vParam, relation="system_used-for-resolve-of", type="system_executable_entry");

//   Checking User-defined relations:

//   ****************** Checking [0] "IKJEFT01" ************************************

//   ****************** Checking [1] "bankdemo.SHA" *******************************

//   ****************** Checking [2] "(0,1,8,1)" ************************************

//   ****************** Checking [3] "(0,1,8,1)" ************************************

//   ****************** Checking [4] "(0,1,8,1)" ************************************

The code above just creates a system_param object associated with entry point IKJEFT01 the same way that the online dialog does. In this example, it looks like the "(0,1,8,1)" says  that it should look in the first parameter (0), starting at position 1 within the parameter (1) for a length of 8, and use that as the name of a program.

Old KB# 1151


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