Hi Janith,

The value you see in L#PRQU is defined against each user (or group) within System21.

This value can be changed for the user via the STRIPGCF command.

Changing this value though will impact all reports for the user. If you just want to change a report for a single option or task, you can add task level overrides for each user or you can configure the task code to direct output to a specific queue for all users (This is achieved via the STRIPGAM command).

Changing the LDA value will simply be overwritten by the Application Manager when navigating through menu's / tasks.

Hope this helps.

Regards
Geoff

-----Original Message-----
From: system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:system21-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Janith Wanigasekara
Sent: Wednesday, 6 June 2012 9:53 AM
To: 'System 21 Users'
Subject: [SYSTEM21] System21 - Changing printer value in LDA (L#PRQU)

Hi All

We have a requirement to change the printer queue in LDA depending on the location user logs on from.

To achieve this all I need to do is to change the L#PRQU in LDA at the time of user login for the active session.

But the system 21 is reloading the original LDA values for every menu option that we take which overwrites the changes made to LDA.

Does anyone know how to change the LDA printer queue & retain the overridden value for an active session until the user logs off ?

Thanks for your time

Regards
Janith



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