• Subject: Re: PRTF query?
  • From: "James W. Kilgore" <qappdsn@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 24 Oct 1997 08:53:31 +0100
  • Organization: Progressive Data Systems, Inc.



Tim Truax wrote:

> Hi all,
> I searched my Softcopy books and was unable to find this answer,  any
> input is appreciated.
> ============ question =================
> I have created a very extensive PRTF using RLU to generate a report or
> fax or both depending on the selections the user makes on the screen.
> How can I use this one PRTF within the ONE program to generate a fax
> onto our fax printer server and also a report onto the users outq. My
> main question is how do I have the one PRTF output to 2 different outq's
> in the same program?

Here's my 2 cents:

How about calling a CHGPRTF and moving the entry to the Fax queue after it's
spooled?

This way your program just creates a report, and based upon a user response you
move the file to the appropriate delivery vehicle.

We needed a quick & dirty method to view invoices on the screen and we already
had a invoice reprint option, so we just asked view/print on the request screen,
output to printer (on hold) and did a display/delete of the spool entry.  Sort 
of
like some DSPxxx commands operate.  The same idea could be used to
print/view/fax,etc.

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