Try

    CPYSPLF FILE(ABC) TOFILE(DBLIB/DBFILE) CTLCHAR(*FCFC)

then

    OVRPRTF FILE(QSYSPRT) CTLCHAR(*FCFC)
    CPYF FROMFILE(DBLIB/DBFILE) TOFILE(QSYSPRT)

Or you could set up a printer file specifically for this purpose:

    CRTPRTF FILE(FCFC) CTLCHAR(*FCFC)

then

    CPYF FROMFILE(DBLIB/DBFILE) TOFILE(FCFC)

hth,
Peter Dow
Dow Software Services, Inc.
909 425-0194 voice
909 425-0196 fax


----- Original Message -----
From: <rob@dekko.com>
To: <midrange-l@midrange.com>
Sent: Friday, December 14, 2001 7:35 AM
Subject: Re: CPYSPLF


>
> One way to try to print the contents of that physical file is a simple
CPYF
> OUTPUT(*PRINT).  You'll probably notice a loss of all formatting.  Another
> thing you'll notice is that blank lines are gone.
>
> There are other options on the CPYSPLF which will store the SKIP's and
> SPACE information at the far left of the records.  But then you'll have to
> write something to reformat that.  Again, if you are using overlays or
> anything, you may find this less than desirable.
>
> One radical idea is to set up Domino on that 400.  Then set up a mail user
> and use one of the many utilities out there - like IBM's infoprint server,
> to email that user the spool file as an attachment.  The better ones will
> retain the overlays, etc.  You can call this your spool file archive.
>
> Rob Berendt
>
> ==================
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> safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
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> Guys,
>
> What is the consequence of the following command on V4R5M0.  SPLFOUTF is a
> physical file (data type) and record lenght is 144.  Will I be able to
> print my reports from SPLFOUTF? How?
>
>
>
> CPYSPLF FILE(QPRTSPLF) TOFILE(SPLFOUTF)
>
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