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When an invalid option is entered for the PROCESS statement, no error is shown. The syntax checker must be noting them as it uses the parser style for "User-defined word" rather than "Compiler directive" as a valid option uses. But no error is shown and the difference in coloring/attributes is easy to miss.
See the two attached screen shots. In the first screenshot (Syntax check produces error.jpg), invalid syntax triggers multiple errors and can't be missed. In the second screenshot (No error from bad option.jpg), an invalid process statement does not produce any error messages.
When an invalid PROCESS statement option is entered, the error should trigger an error message. (See the first screenshot, Syntax check produces error.jpg) attached to this RFE.
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