You might also want to check the users id (wrkusrprf). See if the option
where to print is set. This can override the CL.

Willie,

I'm sorry to extend this thread, but I'm trying to understand when
a User Profile setting would ever override a clp (ovrprtf I assume) or
a OCL // Printer statement.
The user profile sets the Printer Device and Output Queue settings for
the interactive job that user is signing on to.
But a clp ovrprtf is to override the printer file attributes for that clp & what
it calls (I'm not going to get into ile activation levels here)
An override can use the same parameters as the job, but I can't see
profile settings superceding an ovrprtf..

btw not sure if mentioned but ovrprtf can have issues if user not auth to *use
the device or queue.
Jim Franz


----- Original Message ----- From: "Willie J. Moore" <WJMoore@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Midrange Systems Technical Discussion" <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 2:55 PM
Subject: RE: Weird Printer Issue


You might also want to check the users id (wrkusrprf). See if the option
where to print is set. This can override the CL.



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