What print file do the compiles use for the printouts?  If it's not QSYSPRT
or QPRINT you can change the print files (or put your version above the
system version with your 'OVRQSYS' library).

If you have some way of identifying all compiles (ie the job name is always
'COMPILE') you could create a routing program and add a routing entry to
the subsystem in which you compile programs.

--Paul E Musselman

>Cyndi Bradberry wrote:
>> Hi,
>> We have for years used 14 x 8.5 inch green bar because it fits into a
>> standard file drawer. Because of this we change every system upgrade all the
>> system printer files to:
>> <<snip>>
>> Now we are using laser printers mainly with only a few things still going to
>> greenbar, and most of those have the overrides hard-coded. I also have to
>> hard-code overrides to the laser printers usually to set things back to the
>> default (IBM) settings.
>> We will be going to V4R3 in the next two weeks and would like to leave the
>> system printerfiles at the system defaults. Program generated output we can
>> handle thru overrides. What we cannot figure out is how to put overrides on
>> the crtclpgm (etc) commands. Is there a way or are we just stuck with our
>> current confused system?
>> TIA,
>> Cyndi Bradberry
>> Idaho Housing and Finance Association
>> Boise, Idaho
>>  <<Cyndi Bradberry (E-mail).vcf>>

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