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If your splf data stream type is *SCS then it's really simple: Assign
the dtaq to the outq, read the dtaq, crtpf qtemp/filex recl(report
length + 1), cpysplf (job info here) to filex prtctl(*fcfc), ovrprtf
qsysprt prtctl(*fcfc) outq(target outq), cpyf fromfile(filex)

CAVEAT: I'm doing the prtctl parm from memory and you WILL want the
recl of the pf to be whatever the report width is PLUS 1 to handle the
printer control byte at the front.

Now, if you need to send this splf to another system, you can use remote
spooling, OR you can ftp the file you created (filex) to the target box,
ovrprtf and cpyf as shown.


On 2022-04-22 14:10, Bryan Dietz wrote:

depending on how many, you could create an outq

if you move something to this outq use SAVE(*YES) to the original spooled file.


a4g atl wrote on 4/22/2022 9:29 AM:

I need to copy spool files to another OUTQ. The CPYSPLF command does not
provide for that.

The only option seems to be to use SNDNETSPLF.

Does anyone have a better solution?

TIA, Darryl Freinkel.

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