The only difference between saving the definition of an output queue and saving its contents is the SPLFDTA({*ALL|*NONE}) parameter.

This example uses a *SAVF; you can only save objects from a single library in a *SAVF.

If you use SAVLIB to tape you can specify SPLFDTA(*YES) as well, and save the libraries, output queues, as well as the -contents- of the output queues!

--Paul E Musselman

I said:

 > If you're on v5r4, you can now save the -contents- of an output queue!
 > This will let you use SAVOBJ and write the output queues concerned to
 tape!  Chances are, they never really -look- at the reports from over a
 > year ago, so maybe you can sneak them onto tape while no one's looking!

Michael asked:

Would you mind posting an example of a SAVOBJ command for backup up reports
from specific outqueues to tape? Thanks for your response.

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