I would think it would take some interaction between VB and native AS/400
(CL,RPG) programs.


Thanks,

Mark


Mark Walter
Sr. Programmer/Analyst
Hanover Wire Cloth a div of CCX, Inc.
mwalter@hanoverwire.com
http://www.hanoverwire.com
717.637.3795 Ext.3040



                    "Adam Lang"
                    <aalang@rutgersinsu        To:     <midrange-l@midrange.com>
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                    Sent by:                   Subject:     Pulling spool files 
off AS/400 - VB?
                    midrange-l-admin@mi
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                    01/07/02 04:55 PM
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                    midrange-l






I checked the archive, but I didn't see what I was looking for.

I know you can use Operations Navigator to open a print queue and pull
spool
files off and you can save them as text files on a pc.

When playing with the VB tool kit, I didn't manage to see a way to do this
through code.  Does anyone have any examples?  Even to the extreme of if I
have an outqueue name I can get a list of all the spool files sitting
there.

I can download normal files off the AS/400 no problem, but SPOOL files are
a
different beast.

Is this possible through java also?

Adam Lang
Systems Engineer
Rutgers Casualty Insurance Company
http://www.rutgersinsurance.com



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