• Subject: Re: Output Queue Monitoring
  • From: Gary Feinstein <gfeinste@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 29 Oct 1997 17:55:29 -0600
  • Organization: Planet Hollywood International Inc.

Buck Calabro wrote:
> 
> >Does anyone know of a way to monitor the contents of an outq?
> >Basically, I want the system to HOLD all 800+ page spool files from
> >automatically printing..
> 
> Gary,
>         Attach a data queue to the OUTQ, run a simple CL pgm in
> batch that monitors this data queue.  When a spooled file comes
> *RDY, an entry goes into the data queue, and your pgm reads the
> attributes of the spooled file.  If you'd like, I can email you a CL
> code fragment that does most of the work...
> 
> Buck Calabro
> Commsoft

Buck-
        Thanx for the response.  Actually, I could use that code.  I would like
to try it out.  I am going to try and use the max spool file parameter
on the output queue first. 
        So how is everything going?  I hope things are well.  It must be
getting cold there.  Go put on a sweater.  You don't want to catch
cold.  Anything new with the old gang?  How is the new Enzien child? 
Does its head spin around?  It must if John is his dad.  Wish him well
for me.  Tell John Ganther that him and I have to go visit Big Ollie
again.  BTW, you me and Tom are going to play Hearts over the internet
eventually.  I know I can whip your butts this time.  
        Buck, I have to get going.  Please give everyone my regards.  Have a
happy and safe Halloween.  
Gary
P.S.  May your life be devoid of decimal data errors.
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