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Why is the source pane for my program empty in Interactive Analysis?

Why is the source pane for my program empty in Interactive Analysis?


After verification, it is possible to view the source in the Enterprise Analyzer browser EDIT view by double clicking the entity, example : PROG.CBL. When accessing the same program in Interactive Analysis, the source pane is empty. What could cause this problem and how can it be avoided ?


The EA browser EDIT pane, shows the actual source from the file registered in EA.

Interactive Analysis shows the detail stored in the repository after verification, so if there is a reason for failure during verification, the detail may not have been stored in the repository.

For example, if the verification fails with

SEVERE 701: Program was found in the repository without any references from a legacy file.

Enterprise Analyzer found inconsistency in the repository and attempted to fix it.


The solution to this problem is

1. Remove the offending source file from the workspace

2. Re-register the source file

3. Re-verify the source file.




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