Restoring the user profile is just one part of the equation... You also have
to create a directory entry for the user:

WRKDIRE .... 

I think that when you use CRTUSRPRF this is done for you ....

Check it out and let us know ....

Kenneth

-----Original Message-----
From: Jones, John (US) [mailto:John.Jones@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 2004 7:13 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: LPR/LPD issue: SPLFs not showing up under right ID


We're setting up LPR/LPD between our 2 AS/400s.  The idea is to have an
outq that sends files from Dev to Prod for processing into PDFs.  Both
systems are V5R1 and are current on CUMs and Group PTFs (as of
mid-February).

- IDs were copied from Prod to Dev via SAVSECDTA / RSTUSRPRF.
- A remote outq was created on Dev to send SPLFs to a certain outq on
Prod.
- Users who previously existed on Dev before the usrprfs were copied
(i.e. the profiles were created on each machine indepent of the other)
work fine; their splfs show up under their ID on Prod.
- Users whose profiles were copied/restored from Prod have there spls
sent but they show under user QTMPLPD.  The IBM TCP reference says that
splfs will show up under QTMPLPD if the usrprf isn't found on the target
system; Prod in this case.  However, the profiles do exist.
- To make it more interesting, if we delete one of the copied users from
Dev & recreate it using CRTUSRPRF (vs. RSTUSRPRF), it works fine.

So it appears theres something in the SAVRST process for the usrprfs, or
a setting in the usrprf itself, that's prohibiting LPD from seeing the
matching usrprf on Prod.

Maybe the GID needs to be different for the usrprf on each system.  I
don't know.

John A. Jones
Americas Security Administrator
Jones Lang LaSalle, Inc.
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