This is from my client down the road (35 miles) so I'm not in the office.
Also, V5R1. Also, 36 environment.
Yesterday, the bookkeeper printed a report on an IBM 6400 (configured as a
4214). The report's procedure (OCL) specifically calls for CPI-15. And
that's what it did yesterday. I can verify that because she sent me a PDF
of the report for a project.
This morning she ran the same report, but it is printing at CPI-10. I
checked the procedure, and it still specifically calls for CPI-15.
As I type this she is loading paper in a different 6400 to see if the same
My suspicion is that there is some switch that she or the clerk may have
"bumped" accidentally, but, as I said I'm not in the office and don't want
to go on a wild goose chase (gas prices being what they are and my F-250 not
being an economy vehicle).
Any clues? Suggestions?
Jerry C. Adams
IBM i Programmer/Analyst
Any instrument can be used as a hammer, the more delicate or expensive the
instrument, the better hammer it becomes.