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RE: RUNSQLSTM



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Perhaps you could just override the printer file to point to a file in QTEMP....

Eric

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Er.. sorry I meant I didn't want to generate the unnecessary spoolfile in the first place.

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Something like this doesn't get rid of it?
DLTSPLF FILE(QSYSPRT) SPLNBR(*LAST)




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Hi,

I've just put a RUNSQLSTM in a program. Its the first time I've used this command for a program intended for production. I've been told to get rid of the spoolfile generated by this command, but I can't see how to do it. In the CL program I use MONMSG SQL0000 directly after the RUNSQLSTM. It would be good if I could keep the spooled output if any errors were generated.

Any ideas ? Thanks.
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