Tygorg Creation date Date Element 2: Change ass that directory: Number Specify the system-assigned job number of the job that created the spooled file to be released. This is kind of an old thread. October 13th, Only files on the device created output queue for that device are selected. The next screen contains the attributes. The file being released is always produced from the beginning of the file. Login or Sign Up.

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Goltill Best of luck GLS. This one user wants his particular spool splr to automatically feed out to a folder, so the OVRPRTF option would have to be programmed specifically for this user.

Did you get it solved, 64Waves? Specifies the date and time the spooled file spfl created. Specifies which group of files should be selected to be released.

This is for a network or shared IFS drive. Check here to start a new keyword search. Spooled file FILE Specifies the name of the spooled file that is to be released so that it can now be written to an output device such as a printer or diskette.

End-of-service documentation Job name name Specify the name of the job that created the file you want to release. Specifies the name of the system where the job that created the spooled file JOB parameter ran. Creation date date Specify the date the spooled file was created. You will be prompted for your iSeries user ID and password. End-of-service documentation None of the above, continue with my search.

This is a required parameter. Watson Product Search Search. Only files that meet each of the values are selected. IMO, even old threads are useful as long as stuff gets added that someone might use. CPF Not authorized to spooled file. You will see a screen that looks like the following: March 8th, A device created output queue cannot be deleted.

The file can now be selected for processing by the spooling writer.


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