I’d like to expose some problems I’m having with NEE Refactoring functionality.
I know Refactoring has three phases but I’m skipping the phase two. One of the messages above says that it’s possible.
Phase 1, task 2:
In this task, all the maps with in-line processing rules are identified and their rules are transferred to a new subprograms.
The calling objects for each map are identified and modified to reference the new processing rules subprograms.
I. The new maps (now, without the in-line rules) are converted to subprograms but the calling objects maintain the INPUT USING MAP command. i[/i]
II. The CALLNAT’s included in the calling objects are created empty. i[/i]
III. A DECIDE ON is created without any VALUE clause. i[/i]
Phase 3, task 1:
When this task is executed, at least one subprogram, two copycodes and two PDA’s are created for each object that needs to have its presentation layer splitted.
IV. If more than one object is selected at the same time, only the last one has the new objects created. The same name of objects are being used for all the objects. Therefore, the other new objects are being replaced.
V. In the one of modified programs, a DECIDE ON was created with errors. i[/i]
VI. Original LDA’s was converted to a PDA’s and their views was converted to a structures but the referencing objects maintains the FIND commands. i[/i]
I’m using NEE521 under WinXP without Predict and Construct.
Thanks a lot.
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