You want to change the job, not the outq.

Try this: CHGJOB OUTQ(SHEILA/HOURS)

Sam

On 12/13/2010 2:35 PM, dale janus wrote:
I have created a CL program of two lines:

CHGOUTQ OUTQ(HOURS/SHEILA) CHGJOBD JOBD(PROGRAMMER)
The outq sheila has no printer attached.
The jobd programmer also uses outq sheila. (it made no difference if I
switched the two commands)


I have put this in remote job explorer, under initial command.

Yet when I compile a CL program, I get a printout for the printer
assigned to user DALE. It does not go to outq SHEILA.

I need a job description that is different from the jobd that is
attached to my user name DALE.

It seems I cannot override it with an initial command. I don't know
where in RDI to assign a JOBD.

---Dale

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