>>> snip >>>
If you use WRKSPLF and have multiple systems it will list all the systems
and the spool files for each one so you can just click on the one that you
want to look at.
>>> end snip >>>

... or, you can type WRKSPLF <system name> to see spool files on a specific 
system.  It would be real nice if the command gave the option of looking at 
spool files for specific users.  Oh well.

> <snip>
> With Ops nav installed, you can type WRKSPLF in a dos window!
> <snip>
> <snip>
> WOW, now THAT is COOL!  Thanks for sharing that, Art!
> <snip>
> Also, with two systems, how does it determine which systems 
> WRKSPLF entries
> should be displayed?

Todd Kidwell (Netstar)
AS/400 System Administrator
(313) 224-0578

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