• Subject: RE: OUTQ API
  • From: James Turnbull <jamest@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Oct 1997 12:42:46 +1000

I can't think of a specific API but you could quick and dirty dump
WRKOUTQD to a spool file and do a CPYSPLF into a PF (or use the TAA tool
CPYFRMOUTQ).  Then substring the PF.  Messy, horrible and very
unfriendly but it will work.


James

        -----Original Message-----
        From:   Doug Hart [SMTP:dhart@Syra.NET]
        Sent:   Wednesday, 22 October 1997 6:31
        To:     midrange-L
        Subject:        OUTQ API


        I'm looking for an API or other means to dump all the parameters
of
        my OUTQs to a file.  WRKOUTQD does NOT allow for *OUTFILE.

        I need to review ALL my OUTQs for entries in the DTAQ parm.
Since I 
        have over 1,000 outqs and 4 systems to do this on this is not
practical
        to do manually.

        I did a search on the on-line reference manuals and after more
than
        an hour never found what I needed.  

        P.S.  It would be great if I could also retrieve the values for
the
        OUTQ parms.  RMTSYS, CNNTYPE, and INTNETADR.



        -- 
        Doug Hart -  dhart@mail.com         President
        Sr. Consulting Technical Analyst    Central New York AS/400 User
Group
        IBM AS/400 Technologies
www.syra.net/~dhart/cny400ug.html

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