• Subject: Spool file exceeding max records...
  • From: "Erick Garske" <erick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 27 Jan 1999 15:30:23 -0800
  • Importance: Normal

Short of solving this problem simply by modifying the OVRPRTF with
MAXRCRDS(*NOMAX) within the source code, I am trying some alternatives:

1) Tried Work with Reply list entries, monitoring for the max spool file
records exceeded and this did not appear to work.
   WRKRPLYE
   80    CPA4072  NOMAX       *NONE

2) Tried CHGCMDDFT to MAXRCRDS(*NOMAX) and this is strategy is not legal
because there is not a defautlt to MAXRCDS.... supposedly.

Can either of these techniques be modified so as to allow for a large spool
file, or is there another direction that I should take??

Thanks in advance for any insight in this problem.

Erick


Erick Garske
FORMation mg
mailto:erick@formationmg.com
http://www.formationmg.com


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