• Subject: RE: Deleting old spooled files
  • From: pytel@xxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 8 Mar 1999 15:08:52 -0600

In QSYSINC library.
This library is option 13 of SS1 product - System Openness Includes. This
option is free of charge but must be installed separately if you want to
use these includes.

Best regards
    Alexey Pytel



Roger Boucher <RBoucher@stanpac.com> on 03/08/99 01:20:49 PM

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Subject:  RE: Deleting old spooled files





Thanks to those who replied!  I found all the code (I hope) for the
DLTOLDSPLF programs in the Bookmanager (yes, that is Infoseeker I'm
using), and I've compiled the command, and the CL program.  But I can
not compile the RPG program because it uses the following copy books
which are not being found during compile time...

/COPY QRPGSRC,EUSRSPLA
/COPY QRPGSRC,QUSGEN
/COPY QRPGSRC,QUSLSPL
/COPY QRPGSRC,QUSRSPLA

Does anyone know where I can get ahold of the source for these copy
books?

Thanks again,

Roger Boucher
Standard Pacific Corp.
rboucher@stanpac.com
714-668-4326


-----Original Message-----
From: Brian.Johnson@helpsystems.com
[mailto:Brian.Johnson@helpsystems.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 4:49 PM
To: MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Subject: Re: Deleting old spooled files




The API manual contains DLTOLDSPLF as a sample application that uses
spooled file API to do it's thing.

Brian Johnson
Help/Systems, Inc.
brian.johnson@helpsystems.com
www.helpsystems.com
(612) 563-1627





pytel@us.ibm.com on 03/02/99 18:44:19

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cc:    (bcc: Brian Johnson/HelpSystems)

Subject:  Re: Deleting old spooled files




Not in standard cleanup. But in User tools there used to be a tool
DLTOLDSPLF or smth like this, which could filter out unwanted spool
files
and either delete them or move to a designated output queue.
It was implemented rather inefficiently - when some APIs were not yet
available. Can be reengineered using APIs.


Best regards
    Alexey Pytel










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