No - it is not sysval QPRTDEV (well, not exactly..).
The InfoCenter has a page on
which has this text:
The system value Default printer (QPRTDEV). If the printer identified in the
system value does not exist, the output goes to the QPRINT output queue.
On this particular system (which I cannot freely change), the QPRTDEV = PRT08
and an outq exists, BUT NO DEVICE of same name...
but it is only when an override printer file is to a non-existent queue (not
device..) and the RPGLE executes & writes to the spool, that the CPD3322 appears
in the log to indicate spool was placed in QPRINT (and my original problem was
that it went to the QGPL/QPRINT and not the QUSRSYS/QPRINT higher in libl (spent
a while looking in wrong outq..)
Have coded a solution which works with the forms tool (checking existence of
queue name and if not found, referencing qgpl/qprint). I would need own system
to determine exactly when this does or does not occur in various scenarios.
From: sjl <sjl_abc@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wed, September 26, 2012 4:23:51 PM
Subject: Re: default outq if outq not exist - CPD3322
"Carel Teijgeler" wrote in message
the default output queue can be set by some initial value. It is not in the
SYSVAL list, but it is in a maintennace screen, where you could set some
basic values for the operating system.
I am not near a machine, and it is many moons ago I have looked at that
So, if you change that value that will also be shown in the message.
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On 26-9-2012 at 10:13 J Franz wrote:
I know that IBM will issue a CPD3322 when a RPG executes and the printer
outq does not exist, and the CPD332 says outq is changed to QPRINT.
It appears on our current system it is always QGPL/QPRINT even though for
whatever reason we have a QUSRSYS/QPRINT higher in library list, plus the
QGPL/QPRINT lower in libl.
I checked another more basic system and see the QUSRSYS/QPRINT is not
there (and it's a default install).
We have to pass the spool file outq & lib to a "forms product" and it
won't deal with "*LIBL" (blows up).
Can anyone confirm that CPD3322 has & always will be QGPL/QPRINT?
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