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Re: Page Segments, Library List, QTEMP



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Michael,

I believe the problem is that the spool writer needs to find the page
segment when it *prints* it. Of course, the page segment object is not
in the spool writer's QTEMP, so it won't find it.

-mark

Hi Alan -

QTEMP is the first user library in the library list. The page segment
object is not in any other library on the system, much less the
library list.

And this is interesting...when I do a WRKOBJ and the page segment is
just in my QTEMP, it's found with the *ALL, *LIBL, and *USRLIBL
library options; it's not found with *ALLUSR or *CURLIB. I wonder if
the print processor is using *ALLUSR instead of *LIBL.

On Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 11:55 AM, Alan Shore <ashore@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Michael
Where is QTEMP in the library list?
Does the library list contain the same name in a different library ABOVE
QTEMP?

Alan Shore
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[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Michael Ryan
Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2012 11:51 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Page Segments, Library List, QTEMP

Hi folks -

I have a program that produces an AFP file by combining overlays and
page segments. Works well, been in production for years. I've changed
the location of the page segments (for archival reasons) to QTEMP.
And, QTEMP is in the interactive job's library list. However, when I run
the program and print the AFP spooled file, it's not picking up the page
segment from QTEMP. When I CRTDUPOBJ from QTEMP to some other library in
the library list, it's found and is printed. Anyone know if there's
something different about QTEMP in this context? I'm using variable
names for the page segment name in my program and printer file, and I'm
not qualifying the name of the page segment. I do a DSPFD on the printer
file and don't see anything that makes me think anything is hardcoded.

Thanks!

- Michael
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