Thanks Michael,

That is the correct question.
Normally DfRefactor only removes unused variables within a method, so it is a strange problem to see.

If you declare a struct within a method then that would certainly confuse DfRefactor.

I had to test it, but this does indeed compile:
Code:
Use Windows.pkg

Procedure Test
  Struct tEmbArray
      String sEmbTyp
      Integer iUtlan
      Integer iReturnerad
  End_Struct

  tEmbArray[] EmbSaldo  
  
  Move (ResizeArray(EmbSaldo,1)) To EmbSaldo
  Move 1 To EmbSaldo[0].iUtlan
  Showln "Hello"
End_Procedure

Send test

inKey WindowIndex
If you run DfRefactor on the above then it does indeed show the result that Bengt mentions.

If I then rerun it, but move the struct declaration out of the method:
Code:
Use Windows.pkg

Struct tEmbArray
  String sEmbTyp
  Integer iUtlan
  Integer iReturnerad
End_Struct

Procedure Test
  tEmbArray[] EmbSaldo  
  
  Move (ResizeArray(EmbSaldo,1)) To EmbSaldo
  Move 1 To EmbSaldo[0].iUtlan
  Showln "Hello"
End_Procedure

Send test

inKey WindowIndex
Then it works as expected and it does not remove the variables from the struct declaration.

So in this scenario, unless you can provide a better example, I'd say "not a bug" as it points out a very non standard thing in your code.

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Wil