Just for the archives, I also posted this to midrange-l (after the topic 
wavered over to system values).  But Tom, I agree. QSTRPRTWTR doesn't get 
reset until the next IPL.

Luckily I have an iseries that I can IPL at will.

I did extensive testing on this.  As we know, QSTRPRTWTR is not a system 
value that we can change, it is only a display one.  Much like QIPLSTS, 
QABNORMSW, etc.  If you want an action like a mythical CHGSYSVAL 
QSTRPRTWTR would be, then you can do this one of two ways:  One, IPL in 
manual mode and override it.  Two, prior to the IPL do a CHGIPLA 
STRPRTWTR(...  If you set it to *NO then after the next IPL QSTRUP will 
not start the writers and system value QSTRPRTWTR will be set to 0, do not 
start.  Somewhere during, or after, the IPL it does a CHGIPLA again and 
sets the value for STRPRTWTR back to it's default of *YES, so the NEXT ipl 
will automatically start printer writers and set the system value 
QSTRPRTWTR back to it's default.

I can work with this.  My program worked fine.

Rob Berendt
-- 
Group Dekko Services, LLC
Dept 01.073
PO Box 2000
Dock 108
6928N 400E
Kendallville, IN 46755
http://www.dekko.com





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RE: [Security400] Anyone see a  security        issuewith 
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rob@xxxxxxxxx wrote:

>But if I previously called QSYS/QSTRUP I want to make sure that 
QSTRPRTWTR 
>is not reset by that.  So, at what point does that get reset?  This is 
not 
>a system value you can do CHGSYSVAL on.  Just want to make sure that if I 

>am doing some special IPL that I don't start the printer writers 
>unnecessarily.

Rob:

See extended help for system value QSTRPRTWTR. I've never checked, but I 
don't think it gets "reset" during IPL. Once it's on, it stays on until 
the next IPL. A simple CLP showed it on here.

Tom Liotta

-- 
Tom Liotta
The PowerTech Group, Inc.
19426 68th Avenue South
Kent, WA 98032
Phone  253-872-7788 x313
Fax    253-872-7904
http://www.powertech.com


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