• Subject: RE: temporary files
  • From: Roger Boucher <RBoucher@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 15 Jul 1999 14:21:02 -0700

If the program is submitted to batch you will have to make program
modifications to copy the files in QTEMP to new files in another library
(where you could then review them at your leisure).  You would have to do
this because a submitted job's QTEMP goes away when the job ends.  Or you
could run a service job to debug the program while it is running in batch
and then you could stop the program and view what is in QTEMP.  I don't
believe there is any other way (besides debug) for you to "enter" that job
and look at what it has in QTEMP.

If the program is running interactively you could run it in debug and stop
it at any point you like and then you can look at what is in QTEMP.  Or you
could (as described above) modify the program to copy the files from QTEMP.

If you need any help with any of this, let me know.

Disclaimer:  The above assumes that one of the many brilliant minds on this
list don't know some beautiful way to accomplish what you want without debug
or program modifications... which I certainly wouldn't rule out!


-----Original Message-----
From: Art Baker [mailto:Art_Baker@baan.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 15, 1999 12:58 PM
To: 'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
Subject: temporary files


Hello,
        How do you capture data from a temporary file. What I'm trying to
look at is a file that is created in QTEMP and deleted when the process is
complete. The process is a HLL financial program which runs payments fine
but I'd like to see the data that is created in this temporary file. In all
there are three files iastl089, iastl090 and iastl091. The TL meaning a
temporary logical.
Thanks in advance,
Art
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