You could use Operations Navigator.

Mike

-----Original Message-----
From: welchj@xxxxxxxx [mailto:welchj@xxxxxxxx] 
Sent: 30 June 2003 17:39
To: cobol400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Spoolfiles - sort/search

Geir,

One option on the WRKSPLF command might help..."User Data"
This will display All entries with matching User Data(sorry no wildcards),
and that match other keyed command criteria.
Prompt the command with F4 to key criteria.

User Data may contain the Program Name, command name, blanks(compile
listings), or other user-specified data.  This is controlled on the
printer file or with OVRPRTF.

If you know the job or for the current job use..
WRKJOB OPTION(*SPLF)
or use other means of WRKJOB to narrow the job...
WRKJOB jobname  will show you a list(with data) if multiple jobs

Jack

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> Hello.
>
> Is it possible to sort spoolfiles within a user?  If I say 'WRKSPLF
> myuser', it may come up with hundreds of spoolfiles, some are RDY,
> others  are SAV and others again are HLD etc.
>
> I do know the name of the spoolfile (and the date) I'm looking for, but
> how do I seach/sort?  Are there ways of doing it?
>
>
> Mvh.
>
> Geir
>
>
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