Hi Folks, I couldn't get the cat to run but got sed working and I'm not sure it'll work every time but I'd like to know I can make sed default to print the entire file since this is what I'm using now;
sed -n '1,99999p' /TEST/list1.txt | rfile -wQ qsys/qsysprt
Thanks, Frank

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From: bdietz400 <bdietz400@xxxxxxxxx>
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wed, Jan 4, 2012 3:30 pm
Subject: Re: Re: How to print an IFS file from a batch pgm

Based on the Info center, and some testing, you may have to not use the "b"
ption of rfile
rocess binary data. This option prevents normal processing for newline
haracters in the input or output stream. When -b is omitted, newline
haracters are removed from standard input lines written to a record file,
nd newline characters are inserted at the end of records written to
tandard output.

n , Dennis <iseries@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
cat /fbtest/BIL092423_(etc) | rfile -wbQ -c "ovrprtf qprint
splfname(my_print)" qprint
(Of course, replace (etc). I got lazy.) (All of the above on one line.)
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