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CMS-XML Must have a repository installer for the ZMF4ECL plug-in components.
Currently the ZMF4ECL plug-in components are installed by the Microsoft installer. When the .MSI is executed, only one path can be selected and therefore the plug-in can only be installed to one Eclipse based product. Customers use RDz, Native Eclipse, IBM's CICS Explorer, Compuware Workbench, and other Eclipse based mainframe interfaces, on the same PC.
CMS-XML ZMF4ECL: Unable to edit some components containing hexadecimal characters in text editor
A component contains embedded, non-display EBCDIC hexadecimal characters (e.g. x'05', x'17, etc.). This can be successfully edited
CMS-XML like-OTHER components cannot be edited and staged using ZDD.
like-OTHER components cannot be edited and staged using ZDD.
CMS-XML like-OTHER components cannot be processed using ZMF for Eclipse.
like-OTHER components cannot be processed using ZMF for Eclipse.
CMS-XML Unable to default DB2 Subsystem Selection during build for existing components
The fix for DEF215222 released in ZMF4ECL 7.1.3 only covers components newly staged into a package. For existing DB2 components it is still impossible to set a default on the DB2 Subsystem field in order to avoid having users continually select one from the dropdown menu. A customer is requesting that ISPF default behaviour be replicated in ZMF4ECL processing.
CMS-XML ZDD: Unable to stage a like-load component into a package
on the ZDD Network – Check in to package dialog. Attempting to drag-and-drop the component pre-selects an adjacent library type, not the one selected.
CMS-XML ZMF4ECL: Users unable to create new package components containing national characters (L10N/I18N)
When creating new package components users are unable to enter names containing national characters (e.g. @, # and $ in default code page 37). The window that prompts for the new component name will not allow the user to enter these characters in the field.
CMS-XML Unable to see components in participating package.
This issue occurs if you have a Complex package which is linked to two participating packages from different Applications. When you expand the second participating package that is not from the same application as the complex packages application, in the folder view it does not display the components .
CMS-XML User unable to edit and save changes, when component has been saved previously by someone else.
If USERA attempts to edit a component that was previously saved by USERB, the changes are not saved and "Checkin failed CMN8262I - Component to be staged is locked by USERB." is issued. Also, Admins are allowed to edit the component successfully. If the user logins to ISPF ZMF, saves the component there and then attempt the edit in ZMF for Eclipse, the edit is then successful.
CMS-XML Still unable to default DB2 Subsystem Selection during build for existing components, using Build 217.
When going through the Build dialog for an existing component , the DB2 Subsystem does *not* contain the default value set in the BUILD ZDDOPTS member. The DB2 precompile box is pre-checked, based on history though.
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