• Subject: RE: Output Queue Monitoring
  • From: Neil Palmer <NPalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Oct 1997 06:45:14 -0500
  • Organization: NxTrend Technology - Canada

Well you COULD use a data queue named in the DTAQ parm on 
CRTOUTQ/CHGOUTQ, and a user program using the QRCVDTAQ API to process 
entries on the data queue as spooled files become READY on the queue, 
but why not use the easier way to prevent 800+ page reports printing. 
 Use the MAXPAGES parm on the CRTOUTQ/CHGOUTQ command to limit printing 
of reports over a certain number of pages to a from/to time range.

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-----Original Message-----
From:   Gary Feinstein [SMTP:gfeinste@planethollywood.com]
Sent:   Wednesday, October 29, 1997 12:52 PM
To:     MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Subject:        Output Queue Monitoring

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.

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