We direct all JBA output to a single output queue with a data queue
attached but no printer attached.  We then have a program to receive
entries from the data queue any time a report is produced that goes to the
output queue  That program checks a control file and permits us to change
printer name, number of copies, etc. by user, printer file name, forms
type, etc.

Using this technique, you can change any parameter on CHGSPLFA.  We use a
similar technique to control in which job queue jobs run.

Charlie Massoglia
Chief Information Officer
Fax:  517-789-4503

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Quick question.

Is there a facility somewhere in STRM400 to specify the default number of
copies of a report to print?  I'm sure I've done this before but can't for
the life of me find it.



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