> F that gets created, an entry is sent to the data
> queue.  You can  use a program to snag the PDF path name from
> the data queue
> entry, and then run the MOV command.

Good catch Charles,

I had forgotten all about the DataQueue.
BTW, if you used CLP in this case I would be interested to know the correct
format of that binary. I could not get it to work.
Then I also realized I would have to make more changes to handle multiple
users with similar looking dataqueue entries.
I did not create a logging file to reassemble the destination.
That could be embarrasing to mess up, but so far I am just testing.

Mark Villa in Summerville SC


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