I am extending an existing application to permit printing directly from the HTTP session.
So far, okay. It prints when it is told to send to a printer.
When I added in the ability to copy the spool file to a PDF file, I run into issues.
The printer file name is okay, but the job is not longer the current job. It's the QPRTJOB session that handled the request.
So, copying the spool file blows up.

Is there a way to capture the actual printer job handling the print request?
I'm expecting it to be 123456/QMHHTTP/username, but I wind up with a spool file in 123456/QPRTJOB/username.



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