Yes, but WHERE do I put this command? It needs to go in the batch job
because the batch job is different from my interactive job that
submitted it.

John Furniss
Applications Programmer
Allied Machine & Engineering, Corp
Phone: 330-343-4283, ext. 8371
email: jfurniss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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All you need is this command:


Dave Shaw
MAPICS-L moderator

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From: "John Furniss" <JFurniss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "MAPICS ERP System Discussion" <mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, July 20, 2009 9:23 AM
Subject: [MAPICS-L] CPYSPLF from batch job

Hello List:

I am needing to copy the Mapics Open Orders/Back Orders by Item report
(spool file name AMBDZPFP) to a physical file. I then run the PF
an RPGLE program to replace the report date in the header to reflect
date the actual data is for.

The CPYSPLF command requires job name, user and number of the spool
being copied. My problem is that the report gets submitted to a random
batch job so I have no way of finding the job name or number.

Has anyone done something similar? Is there a Mapics report override
that will help me?
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