Use a JOBD or assign to the user an OUTQ that has not a printer attached to
it.

Regards,
Carel Teijgeler

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On 26-4-2012 at 18:55 Stone, Joel wrote:

Is there a clean method for placing any and all reports on hold when a
user is in a test environment?

I would prefer NOT having CL polluted with statements such as

IF(&ENVR = "TEST") OVRPRTF REPORTABC hold(*YES) for each report.


Maybe something like this made-up command that doesn't exist at the top of
each CL:

IF(&ENVR = "TEST") CHGJOB holdAllSpoolFiles(*YES)


Any good ideas how to handle this more elegantly?

Thanks



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