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Program compiled w/ trace
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01/24/2017 2:27 PM

    I have a program that somehow has a trace turned on and I can't figure out how to turn it off.  I've re-compiled it numerous times with no special options, just a straight "qcompile test ic ip527".  It fills up the log with a trace of sections/paragraphs executed.  Does anyone know how to shut this off?  Thanks!

     

    Here's a sampling of the output:

    Step 1: IP527 Started. . . . . .: Tue Jan 24 15:07:43 2017
    Token Command. . . . . .: D:\lsfdev\law\test\obj\IP527.gnt
    Executable Command . . .: d:\netexpress\base\bin\win64\run.exe D:\lsfdev\law\test\obj\IP527.gnt test NT00000022 IP527C 1
    Process ID . . . . . . .: 8032
    Running as Account . . .: COVENANT_NT\E1531
    Program Messages:
    ** Creating .prt and .dtl files
    000-CONTINUE
    PROCESS-TRANSACTION
    PROC-TRANS
    IFSGS1-TRANSACTION
    IFSGS1-START
    200-EDIT-TRAN
    210-EDIT-ACCESS
    840-FIND-GLSSET1
    840
    840-FIND-GCHSET1
    840
    210-END
    200-END
    400-PROCESS-TRAN
    400-END
    IFSGS1-TRANSACTION-END
    SP-CONTINUE
    D:\lsfdev\law\test\interface\IP527UPDD
    Processing IC527 (HL7 Item Master - DBS)
    000-CONTINUE
    PROCESS-TRANSACTION
    PROC-TRANS
    ICI1S1-TRANSACTION
    ICI1S1-START
    2000-ICUOM-FUNCTIONS
    2000-ICUOM-START
    2200-ICUOM-EDIT-TRAN
    2210-ICUOM-EDIT-ACCESS
    840-FIND-ITESET1
    840
    2210-END
    2230-ICUOM-EDIT-DATA
    2230-END
    2200-END
    2400-ICUOM-PROCESS-TRAN
    4000-ICUOM-DEFAULT
    4010-BUY-DEFAULT
    4010-END
    9110-MOVE-UOM-DATA

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    01/24/2017 2:58 PM
    I figured this out. I did a lstinvk on my program. Thanks!
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