• Subject: Printfile continuance
  • From: Tim Truax <truax@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 27 Nov 1997 21:10:35 -0500

Hello & Happy Thanksgiving to all;
Question number 1:
On the S36 you are able to force a print file to be continuous, say I
had 3 rpg programs that all produce reports and all 3 programs are
loaded within one OCL procedure or job, if I want all 3 rpg programs to
only produce 1 spooled file instead of 3 seperate ones you would use
CONTINUE-YES on the printer OCL statement for each of the 3 programs
within the job/procedure.  
How do you perform the same function on the AS400 using CL?

Question number 2:
Very neat is the ability to do the DSPOBJD on a *PGM object and scroll
forward to see the last time the *PGM was used/loaded.  Is there any way
to make the same determination with the OCL procedures you run using the
STRS36PRC command? I know the OCL procedures that you run under the
AS400 S36 environment aren't objects in and of themselves.  
But is this possible?

Thanks to all in advance!
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:-Tim & Dana Truax-:
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