• Subject: Re: TCP/IP printing - separator page
  • From: Neil Palmer <NPalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 09 Sep 1997 15:41:46 -0400
  • Organization: NxTrend Technology - Canada

Gary,

Most of the temporary fixes introduced by PTF's that involve setting
values in data areas are designed directly into commands/programs in
future releases and the need for the data are goes away (ergo the name
Program Temporary Fix).  The 'fix' then usually becomes a new parm on a
command, or a new system value, etc.

All of these changes SHOULD be detailed in the 'Memo To Users' that is
shipped with new software release, which should ALWAYS be reviewed
carefully for potential impact to your applications before you upgrade.


Gary Feinstein wrote:
> 
> Well, I figured it out.  On V3R6 you have to use the data area.  On
> V3R7
> you can just specify *NO for the SEPPAGE parameter on the CHGOUTQ
> command.
> 
> Gary Feinstein wrote:
> >
> > Does anyone remember how to get rid of the annoying separator page
> that
> > prints when using TCP/IP.  I just upgraded from V3R6 to V3R7 and it
> > doesn't supress the page anymore.  I created a data area a while ago
> in
> > QTCP that had an initial value of N.  There is a data area call
> QTMPLPR
> > right now but it is still printing the page.  Is this the data area
> or
> > is it called something else.
p

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