• Subject: Re: Change job of a SPLF
  • From: "Henrik Krebs" <hkrebs@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 03:06:32 -0600 (CST)

Nedenfor er resultatet af din e-mail formular.
Indsendt af hkrebs@hkrebs.dk

message: Send Network Spooled File (SNDNETSPLF). This is also option 1 on 
WrkOutQ. This will not change the job information but rather create a copy in a 
job belonging to the to-users (Job name QPRTJOB). The original can then be 
deleted. Boths users involved must be in the system directory and SNADS must be 
running, but this is default in most environments. The to-user can reside on 
the same machine. If the spoolfile is a standard flat SCS spoolfile the default 
DTAFMT(*RCDDATA) is OK, but for more complicated spoolfiles you need 
DTAFMT(*ALLDATA). 
You can do this manually with a lot of '1's on the WRKOUTQ (with the TOUSRID() 
and DTAFMT() as extra parameters on the commandline to avoid prompting and 
typing it for all spoolfiles, or you can create a mass-command to do this. This 
would be a good start on API-programming. Unfortunately nobody have contributed 
yet to my page http://hkrebs.dk/apiinterfaces.html (why not), so I have no 
ready API-interface for you to download.

Regards

Henrik
Http://hkrebs.dk
> Is anyone aware of a way to change the job information, ie user, job 
> name, job number, that is associated with a spooled file? Our system 
> operator runs month end jobs and leaves the spooled files on the system 
> till the next month end but doesn't like scrolling through hundreds of 
> saved spooled files when she issues a WRKSPLF. Moving the files to one 
> outq is not an option as she has a multitude of printers to work with.
>
> 
>TIA
> 
>Mark Walter

realname: Henrik Krebs
email: hkrebs@hkrebs.dk


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