No, last I heard, any columnar filtering must be done after DSPJRN has completed. You could look into the journal entry APIs and RCVJRNE, but those don't really help either, except they can do the filtering before output is created.

"Ashish Kulkarni" <ashish.kulkarni13@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi
I wanted to know is there a way to filter records when creating journal
entries,
For example, i have a table called PERSON, with 4 columns, NAME,
LASTNAME,
ID, DOB

When using command DSPJRN to journal entries, can i say populate
journal
entries where NAME = 'John'

The reason i want this is because this table is populated or changed
very
often and if i run DSPJRN it takes a long time to build as it has lots
of
records



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