If nothing else, I think you could set up a dummy device description with
the same name as the remote out queue.

That's the old-school work around for 5250 apps that only allow you to
specify a device.

Charles

On Tue, Jan 26, 2016 at 10:34 AM, Justin Taylor <JUSTIN@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

Is it possible to print to a remote outq? If so, how?


I can get print devices with this code, but it doesn't work for remote
outq's:
ibmiSystem = new AS400();
ISeriesPrintServiceLookup ips = new
ISeriesPrintServiceLookup(ibmiSystem);
PrintService[] services = ips.getPrintServices();
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