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On 2022-05-23 13:31, James H. H. Lampert via MIDRANGE-L wrote:

I vaguely remember dealing with this before, but it's been a long time.

We've just been given access to a customer box, and I've discovered that if I try to compile something, the compilation listing is sent to a started printer.

If I look at the user profile, I see PRTDEV(*WRKSTN) and OUTQ(*WRKSTN), and if I do a DSPJOB on my terminal session, I see that I'm going to PRT01, which is a real printer with a writer job.

Is there any trick to making sure my spool files never go to a started printer, without having to find out whether there's a "guaranteed never to be started" printer device on the system?

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JHHL

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